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CEO Club to host UPS head at Boston luncheon today

The Chief Executives Club of Boston, in association with the Carroll School of Management, will hold a luncheon today from noon-1:45 p.m. at the Boston Harbor Hotel, featuring remarks by James P. Kelly, chairman and CEO of United Parcel Service of America.

Life insurance enrollment period ends Jan. 31

Boston College employees may purchase life insurance at group rates, or add to existing coverage, through the Benefits Office until Jan. 31. In most cases, a person may buy individual insurance equal to his or her annual base salary, and may purchase one unit of dependent life insurance, with no health information required. Premiums are paid through payroll deductions.

For more information, contact the Benefits Office at ext.2-3329.

Several revised University policies are released

The Office of University Policies and Procedures has announced several revisions to the Boston College Policies and Procedures Manual. These involve revisions to policies on: the use of Boston College registered trademarks; discriminatory harassment; travel and business expense reimbursement; and the tuition and fee schedule for 1997-98.

Complete versions of these policies are available though the on-line edition of the manual, which is accessible though http://www.bc.edu/infoeagle.

Cross and Crown to hold induction ceremony Feb. 1

The Order of the Cross and Crown, the College of Arts and Sciences' honor society, will hold its induction ceremony Sunday, Feb. 1, at 1 p.m. in Gasson 100. The featured speaker will be Communication Department Chairwoman Prof. Marilyn Matelski.

IREPM open house is Feb. 24

The Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry will hold its spring open house on Tuesday, Feb. 24, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The day's events will include a panel discussion and a liturgy. Those attending also will be able to sit in on a class, and meet with administrative staff to discuss academic issues, financial aid and scholarships, housing, and any other issues of concern.

For further information, call the institute at ext. 2-8440.

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