Boston College Chronicle

May 8, 1997 Vol. 5, No. 17

Burns Acquires Papers of Two Irish Writers

Panel Mulls B.C.'s Catholic, Jesuit Nature

Work and Freedom

Now in its 10th year, the Supported Employment Program gives jobs to the disabled
SPRINGFEST-This student volleyball game was among the many activities on the Campus Green during Springfest on April 25. The annual event is sponsored by the Residence Hall Association. (Photo by Elena Vizvary)


Diversity Awareness Series to Start
For the Children--Symposium sponsored by University and Boston looks at ways to improve situation of the city's kids
C.I.M. Program Trains Irish Executives
G.S.S.W. Study Assists Wampanoag Tribe
English Will Intensify Focus On Creative Writing
Retirees, 25-year Employees to Be Feted At Dinner
Groome Is Honored for Research Work
Newton Schools Leader Will Join S.O.E. Faculty
Group Aims to Bridge Divides
G.S.S.W. Dean Hopps Is Named Chair of Spelman Board


Novel Approach --English's Graver indulges her lifelong love of storytelling by penning an acclaimed work of fiction
Watergate's Legacy --Nearly 25 years later, the nation is still grappling with the fallout from a 'third-rate burglary attempt'


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