The
Boston College Chronicle

Jan. 29, 1998 Vol. 6, No. 10

College Leaders Discuss Local Partnerships--
Sen. Kennedy Sponsors BC Event

Early Action Applications Rise 3 Percent


UNITY BREAKFAST-(Left to right) Nelson Professor Lucius Outlaw, Assoc. Prof. Leon Williams (GSSW), Assoc. Prof. John Rosser (History) and Assoc. Prof. Frank Taylor (History), director of the Black Studies Program, at the Unity Breakfast on Jan. 15 in the Conte Forum Shea Room. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Fr. Leahy Returns From Cuba

Voices From The Past--
50-year Employees Reflect On Careers That Grew
With Boston College



NEWS

Council to Coordinate B.C. Web Activities
I.T. Working To Resolve Issues With Voicemail Response Time
Admission Applicants Include Many From Jesuit High Schools --Strong recruitment effort pays off
Manuscript Expert Is New Burns Scholar
Jesuit Will Be M.L.K. Banquet Speaker
C.S.T.E.E.P. Wins Funding For Two Projects
Payroll System To Be Streamlined
Author Morris Will Lecture On Feb. 5
Freshman Goalie Sets N.C.A.A. Record
Cameron To Assume Associate A.D. For Media Relations Post

FEATURES

Pioneers At Chestnut Hill--Fr. Donovan follows the Class of 1917, the first at the Heights, from the trolley stop to World War I
Civil War Boston --Historian O'Connor says city's Irish and women benefited from the war, but its African-Americans did not
A Deeper Understanding --In new book, Philosophy's Fr. Flanagan explores the work of late colleague Bernard Lonergan, SJ
Photo: Commitment Honored

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