Boston College Chronicle

April 23, 1998 Vol. 6, No. 16

19 Students Win Major National Fellowships

Faculty Day To Focus On Mentor Efforts

Man of Lectures--
Fr. Sweeney to leave Humanities Series' helm after four decades

RECORD YEAR ON WALL STREET-NASDAQ Chairman and CEO Frank Zarb (right), shown with Board of Trustees Chairman Richard Syron and University President William P. Leahy, SJ, was the keynote speaker at the 10th annual Boston College Tribute Dinner in New York City on April 16. The event drew approximately 1,000 guests and raised a record $1.1 million for the Presidential Scholars Program. Fr. Leahy presented Zarb with the President's Medal for Excellence at the dinner, which was sponsored by the Wall Street Council.


Duffy Outlines Behavior Expectations
B.C. Seeks More Authority On Handling Laboratory Waste
Local Service Centers To Begin In Fall
New Delta Team To Work On Centralizing Grant Process
Eight Faculty Win Grants
A&S Fellowships Awarded
Doherty To Be Director Of Lecture Series
Financial Planning Subsidy Expanded
Faculty Tech Day Slated For May 13
Funeral Tomorrow For James Kane, 53
Senior Wins Major Accounting Award
G.S.S.W.'s Lynch Honored For His Work On HIV/AIDS Issues
El Salvador Program To Start
Fr. Dziak To Leave B.C.
Execs Endorse C.C.C.R.'s Standards Of Excellence


Lasting Peace In Northern Ireland? --Faculty optimistic on accord's prospects
Visions Of Paradise--English's Boesky traces development of utopian genre from its roots in early modern England
Business Communities--Center for Corporate Community Relations is fostering closer relationships between companies and towns
Photo: Secret Garden


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