Boston College Chronicle

March 13, 1997 Vol. 5, No. 13

Applications Top 16,000 For Third Year

AHANA Numbers Grow

21 Faculty Members Promoted

Financial Stagnation

Faculty Say Real Campaign Finance Reform Is Unlikely To Happen
LAETARE SUNDAY-John Hume (left), Northern Ireland's leading Roman Catholic politician and a key figure in the region's peace process, addressed the Alumni Association's annual Laetare Sunday Communion Breakfast on March 9 in McElroy Commons. Here, he talks with John J. Griffin Jr. '65, after delivering his remarks. Hume also spoke to the University community March 13 about the current status of the Irish peace process. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


InfoTech Restructures For 21st Century
Smith Joins Delta Leadership As Executive Team Member
Annual US News & World Report Survey--Four B.C. grad schools rank in top 30
Admission Overhauls Campus Visit For Students
MS Mail Users Should Prepare For Conversion
B.C. Signs On To U.Plan
Play To Raise Awareness Among Teens
Law School Sponsors Lectures and Events During 'Diversity Month'
N.E. Renaissance Event To Be Held At B.C.
S.O.E. to Host Teachers' Awards Ceremony
C. Alexander Peloquin Dies--B.C.'s composer-in-residence helped shape church music
Funeral Today For Vincent Harrington, 78, Long-time C.S.O.M. Faculty Member
Music, Dance School Will Highlight Gaelic Roots Event
Cornel West To Speak


Fiddler In the Lab--When he's not in the classroom or the lab, Biology's Daniel Kirschner plays in a local klezmer band
Delayed Transmission--Historian Savage says a decade-long political struggle kept television out of Ireland until 1961
Photo: Inaugural Lecture


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