Service of Remembrance slated for Tuesday

The University Chaplaincy will sponsor a Service of Remembrance for family, friends and colleagues in the Boston College community who have died in the past year on Tuesday, April 29 at 5:15 p.m. in Gasson 100.

The names of those who have died will be inscribed in Boston College's Book of Remembrance. All members of the BC community are invited to attend.

Speaking contest on April 29

The annual Leonard Persuasive Speaking Contest will be be held on Tuesday, April 29 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. in Higgins 304.

The contest, open to undergraduates, features cash prizes for first, second and third place finishers. The event is open to the University community.

New home Net service to be discussed at session today

Representatives from Continental Cablevision will be on campus this afternoon to discuss Highway1, the company's new high-speed Internet access service for residential customers. BC faculty, staff and students can receive a 10 percent discount on the monthly fee.

The event, sponsored by Information Technology's Hot Topics in Technology series, will be held from 2-3 p.m. in Merkert 127.

Computer "Trade-Up Day" scheduled for May 2

Faculty, staff and students will be able to trade in their used computer equipment for vouchers toward the purchase of new Apple, IBM or Hewlett-Packard products at the Tech Products Store's "Trade-Up Day" on Friday, May 2 at Room 03 of the Service Building.

Packages of information and forms are available at the Tech Products Store, Gasson 15. More information is available at the store's Web site [].

Summer camp referrals available to employees

Boston College employees may receive up-to-date referrals to summer programs for their children through WarmLines, a free service provided under employee benefits.

The service has data bases of general day camps, as well as camps in specific categories, such as playcamps, sports, arts, academics, nature/science and scouting.

Information is available by calling 244-INFO.

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