Boston College Chronicle

Feb. 27, 1997 Vol. 5, No. 12

S.E.C. Chief, At Boston Citizen Seminar, Calls For Mutual Fund Reforms

Site-visit Team Will Meet With Faculty and Students

Hammer Twins

All-American McGehearty Brothers Rank One and Two In the Nation In Weight Event
VOTER PARTICIPATION-A student casts a ballot in the Undergraduate Government of Boston College election last week. The ticket of juniors Dean Bell and Kristin Pugh won the election by a substantial margin. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


A&S To Launch Classical Studies Minor In Fall
International Romance Studies Confab Planned
Hundreds To Work with Poor Over Break--Students ready for spring service trips
Bell-Pugh Ticket Wins U.G.B.C. Elections-- Winners to work for racial harmony, downsized student government
Humanities Series to Sponsor Readings, Concert
Housing Aid-- The Legal Assistance Bureau is helping poor, elderly Brookline residents deal with the end of rent control
Heineman, Perry Win Teaching Honors
Wall Street Investment Bank C.E.O. to Speak, Receive Medal At B.C. Dinner
Theology Faculty Work On Common Ground Initiative
Center Adds Journal and Book Series
Fr. McInnes Is New Head of Jesuit Honor Society At B.C.
Chorale Leaves Tomorrow For Rome


Myths of the Maya-- Historian Restall says popular image of an exotic and violent society overlooks a rich, complicated culture
Photo: Theatrical Face


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