Boston College Chronicle

Dec. 11, 1997 Vol. 6, No. 8

Report Cites B.C.'s Strengths and Progress

University Is Reaccredited

Murray House Re-opens As Graduate Student Center

Partners In Research

Success Fuels Undergraduate Research Fellows Program
CHRISTMAS PREPARATION-Boston Liturgical Dance Ensemble members Jamie and Nicole Huggins rehearse a piece titled "Tomorrow Will Be My Dancing Day," that will be included in the group's annual Christmas presentation. For the performance schedule, click here. Click here for more on the ensemble and director Robert VerEecke, SJ. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Slot Strategy Working, Delta Leaders Say
Trustees Approve New Computer Funds --Updates on admissions, construction, academics
Middle Campus Trial Delayed
Irish P.M. Ahern To Attend Institute Opening On Dec. 16
Chief Executive's Club On National Top 15 List Again
Professorship Founded In Alum's Memory--Michael E. and Salvatore A. DeLuca Chair in Biology
Cox Named To N.I.H. Peer Review Panel
Videoconferencing Service Now On Line--Available at five campus sites
I.T. Names New Leaders for Academic Support
Fr. Leahy Holds Informal Talks
Assoc. Prof. Carlisle Dies
Senior Wins First Staff Scholarship
Fr. Monan Receives Award
Wilson Joins C.S.O.M. As Sweeney Accounting Prof.
Paul White Honored


President's Christmas Message
Of Cradles and Dreidels --Michalczyk's new film deals with religious, commercial controversies associated with Christmas, Chanukah
A Religious Experience --Artist-in-Residence Fr. VerEecke co-writes a dance program and book focusing on the spiritual


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