Boston College Chronicle

April 24, 1997 Vol. 5, No. 16

Faculty Garner Major National Fellowships

A 'Banner Year'

Cards Will Ease Purchasing Process

Community Care

Nurse-social worker collaboration, dormant for most of century, is returning to cities
FEED ME-Seymour, portrayed by sophomore Matt Tortora, feeds Audrey II, the man-eating plant in Robsham Theater's production of "Little Shop of Horrors," which opened last night and runs through the weekend. The play is directed by Assoc. Prof. Stuart Hecht (Theater). For show times, see Calendar. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini). (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Health, Dental Plans' Costs Announced
Teaching-Advising Winners Named
Junior Awarded Houston Fellowship--To travel the South researching slavery
Chemist Selected for Lectureship
Fr. Herrmann Appointed Jesuit Rector
O'Connor Tapped to Head A&S Honors
Nazi Medicine Documentary to Air
Jesuit Honor Society to Induct Members
U.R.I.'s Skinner Named Head Coach of Men's Basketball Program
Dinner Raises Record for Presidential Scholars
Project Delta Slates Informational Briefing Series
Faculty Day Focus Will Be On Catholic Higher Ed.


Shaping Catholic Education --In new book, SOE's Power examines Orestes Brownson's impact on the Church in 19th century America
Good For The Souls --Fr. Appleyard reflects on his six years as leader of one of the world's largest Jesuit communities
Career Goals--New Career Center Director Fessenden works to expand the center's reach


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