Boston College Chronicle

April 9, 1998 Vol. 6, No. 15

B.C. Makes The Case For Middle Campus Project

Terminals Offer Network On The Go

It Really Is A Jungle Out There--
As in nature, corporations rely on instinct for survival, says Spinello in new book

PROFESSOR HONORED-The Senate of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College presented its Bald Eagle Award to Assoc. Prof. Judith Shindul-Rothschild (SON), center, at an April 2 ceremony. UGBC Senate presents the honor annually to an outstanding alumnus; Shindul-Rothschild earned a bachelor's degree at BC in 1975 and a doctorate in 1990. Students making the presentation, from left, are junior Andrew Tilli, senior Autumn Davis, and sophomores Marissa Jacobs and Ryan Winmill. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Harvard Pilgrim H.M.O. to be introduced at B.C. --New Rates Announced
Post-game Student Behavior Mars Hockey Team's Success
Career Night Links Students, Potential Employers
Students Help Residents Prepare Taxes
New Billing System For Personal Calls Effective On May 1
War Crimes Prosecutor To Speak At Law School
Two Win Romero Scholarships
First Graduate Business Dean Dies
Miller Is Top A&S Junior Faculty Member
New U.G.B.C. Leader Issues Call To Service
B.C. Club Is Drawing Members
Payroll Change In Effect


Welcome Additions--Introductions of new, tenure-track members of the Boston College faculty
Radio Days--WZBC marks its 25th anniversary of offering something new and unusual to Boston listeners
Photo: Helping Hands


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