Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 14, 1996 Vol. 5, No. 6

UAPC Implementation Begins

Committee Acts On Goals, Forms Six Task Forces

13 Football Players To Sit Out At Least Remaining 1996 Games

Quick Lerner

Just Three Months Old, Brennan Prof.'s Interdisciplinary Center Off To Fast Start

EDITORIAL APPROVAL--Prof. Dennis Taylor (English) autographs a copy of the inaugural issue of Religion and the Arts for Prof. Paul Davidovits (Chemistry) at a reception on Nov. 4 celebrating publication of the first issue. Taylor is the editor of the quarterly journal, based on campus, which explores religious experience and its expression in the verbal, visual and performing arts.
(Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Awareness, Action Limit Virus Damage
Attorney General's Aide Named to Law School Position
B.C.P.D. Probe Yields Suspect In Incident
Robsham Productions Slated
Delta Summary Issued To All Offices
Jerusalem Exhibit To Open


Technical Support-- Lonabocker says BC has much to teach, learn in student service
Ride to Glory--IPS Technical Support Advisor Phyllis Mays takes the gold medal in the world duathalon championship
Welcome Additions--Introductions of new, tenure-track faculty members at Boston College
Common Ground--In her new book, Theology's Cahill says feminist perspectives and Christian insights share many concerns
Seminar Explores Feminist-Catholic Connections
Social inSecurity--In new book, GSSW's Kingson and economist Quinn say it's time to talk about fixing Social Security
Photo: Welcome Aboard


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