The
Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 27, 1996 Vol. 5, No. 7


Study Rates Singapore Best In Math, Science

World-Wide Report On 7th, 8th Graders

Fr. Leahy Discusses Athletics

Colleague and Mentor

Faculty's Book Picks Up Where William Ryan's Groundbreaking Research Left Off

STEEL MAGNOLIAS-Senior Emily Rohrbach and juniors Michelle Miller and Kelly Ann Heaney (from left) were players in Robsham Theater's production of "Steel Magnolias," which ran last week. The well-received play, directed by Howard Enoch, was part of the theater's Mainstage series for the year.
(Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


NEWS

E-mail Strategy Shift Boosting Speed, Capacity
Burns' Bulgarian Collection Dedicated
All Doctorates Bear Ph.D Label Beginning This Year
Romanticism Scholars Drawn to B.C. Conference
Football Coach Henning Steps Down
Funeral for S.O.N. Prof. Malek Is This Morning In Needham
Lecture to Mark 150th Anniversary of Irish Famine
Preview of Prof.'s Nazi Medicine Film Slated for Dec. 12

FEATURES

Eastern Influence-- In his new book, English's Kern shows how Chinese inspired poets from Ezra Pound to Gary Snyder
Work in Progress --Theology's Fr. Fortin publishes a three-volume compendium of his life's work - so far
Welcome Additions--Introductions of new, tenure-track faculty members at Boston College
Photo: First Nelson Lecture
Photo: Faculty Scholars
Photo: Fresh Ink

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