Boston College Chronicle

Jan. 16, 1997 Vol. 5, No. 9

B.C. Readies for Reaccreditation Team's Site Visit

Self-Study Completed

Trend Continues As Early Action Applications Top 2,700

Super Bowl

Chemist Scott's 'Buckybowls' May Hold More Promise Than Their Spherical Cousins

UNITY BREAKFAST-University President William P. Leahy, SJ, and Affirmative Action Director Barbara Marshall pose with Suffolk Juvenile Court Associate Justice Leslie Harris at yesterday's annual Unity Breakfast in the Conte Forum Shea Room. Harris, the event's speaker, urged African-American leaders to help children achieve success . (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


McGuinness Is Harassment Counselor
E-mail Shift Affects 1,500
Social Security Not In Crisis, Faculty Say--Newly released Advisory Council report discussed
8 Students Suspended for Bookmaking
O'Brien Is Named Head Football Coach
A&S Awards Fellowships
Original Visions-- Museum exhibit focuses on women's art
Two B.C.P.D. Members Win State-wide Honors
Judge Urges Black Leaders to Help Children Gain Success
Senior Mark Cincotta Died On Dec. 13
'5-dial' System Wins National Award
Chemistry Department Wins Unsolicited Grant
John Guerin, Security Officer for 7 years, Dies


Welcome Additions-- Introductions of new, tenure-track faculty members at Boston College
Listening In Church-- In new book, Theology's Rev. Hefling and others agree to disagree on sexuality issues in the Episcopal church


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