Boston College Chronicle

Jan. 15, 1998 Vol. 6, No. 9

Ireland's Prime Minister Helps Launch Irish Institute--
Ahern Hails B.C.'s Links With Ireland At Event

New Council to Support Campus Arts Programs

Quiet Fire--
English's Chang Compiles Poetry Anthology Reflecting the Asian Experience in America

Executive Vice President Frank B. Campanella, Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, University President William P. Leahy, SJ, and Irish Institute Director Sean Rowland (from left) at the Dec. 16 event. (Photo by Gary Gilbert)


Several Delta Efforts To Take Shape In '98
Irish Institute Wins $1M Federal Grant
A.V.P. Search Focusing On 'Major Players' --Applications and nominations stream in
Law Dean Search Under Way
Museum To Feature Surrealists' Prints--"Visionary States" exhibition to open Jan. 18
Surrealism Course Offered This Spring
More Non-Arts Majors Are Using Bapst Library
Connolly Honored By State Campus Police Association
Officer Injured In On-Duty Accident
Merkert Evacuated After Minor Spill
Two Sociologists Win Awards
B&G's Robert Nielsen Dies
Sen. Kennedy To Host Higher Ed. Meeting At B.C.
Libraries Enhance Catalog


Caring, Not Curing--In new book, SON's Brush says nurses are being shortchanged in health care debate
Photo: Spirit of Giving
Welcome Additions --Introductions of new tenure-track members of the Boston College faculty
Leading Alumnus --John Wissler announces his retirement after more than 30 years at Alumni Association's helm


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