Boston College Chronicle

April 10, 1997 Vol. 5, No. 15

Reno To Speak At Commencement Exercises
In May

Five to receive honorary degrees

Fr. Leahy Issues Letter Addressing Academics and Athletics at University

Read Me a Story

BC employee volunteers read aloud to students at a Brighton elementary school
NURSING JUBILEE-Rita P. Kelleher, the first dean of the School of Nursing, talks to SON graduates at the celebration of the school's 50th anniversary on April 5. Kelleher, who served as dean from 1947 until 1972, was joined by her successor, Mary Dineen, and current SON Dean Barbara Munro at the event.. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


A&S Announces New 'Incomplete' Policy
S.O.N. Marks 50th Anniversary
Discussions Break Down Religious Walls--Academic-focused program wraps up successful first year
Catholic-Jewish-Moslem 'Trialogue' Ends First Decade
Over 150 Students Volunteer to Help Elderly With Taxes
Irish Government Honors B.C. for Outreach Efforts
Former Justice Department Official Deval Patrick Will Address Law School Grads
Visiting Prof. Brings Art of Storytelling to Classroom
Physics Gains More Computer Power.
Chang Wins Junior Faculty Award
Thomas Grey, SJ, Dies
Staff Advisory Senate's Easter Drive Brightens Sick Kids' Holiday
Four-Star Dining-- New program brings creations of the area's top chefs to the palates of BC students, faculty and staff


The Rights Of The Child --They are protected better under international law than they are by US statutes, says Law's Fox
Drawing Conclusions --Grad student uses kids' art to gauge their testing anxiety
Photo: Romero Scholar


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