Boston College Chronicle

Feb. 26, 1998 Vol. 6, No. 12

Applications Top 16,000 For Fourth Year--
AHANA gains seen

Study Finds U.S. High School Seniors Lag Behind Global Peers in Math and Science

Old-Time Religion-- Faculty Early Music Group brings Gregorian sound to Lenten liturgies

A GOOD STORY-Senior Sarah Streif played the queen and junior Ronald Nahass portrayed Rumplestiltskin in Robsham Theater's production of "Story Theater." The play ran from Feb. 17-22 and was directed by Assoc. Prof. John Houchin (Theater). (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Zip Code Change Effective In May, 1999
Law, S.O.E., S.O.N., Cited Among Top 25
Fr. Brown Addresses M.L.K. Banquet
AHANA Student Leader Wins Scholarship
Preparation Begins For N.C.A.A. Review
Higgins Seen As Faculty, Student Draw --Biology, Physics to gain larger, modern facilities
Construction Plan Will Allow Higgins To Stay Open
B.C. Wins Rulings As Middle Campus Trial Approaches
Alpha Sigma Nu Inducts 126 At Ceremony
Long-Time Math, Science Professor James Ring, SJ, Dies
Saturday Funeral Set For Campus School's Curran
Law Student Wins Soros Fellowship
N.A.S.D.'s Zarb To Be Honored At Dinner


A Poet's Life --Rattigan Professor of English Mahoney closely blends Wordsworth's work and life in a new biography
Spiritual Center--Under the direction of Howard Gray, SJ, the new Center for Ignatian Spirituality is making inroads


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