Boston College Chronicle

March 12, 1998 Vol. 6, No. 13

22 Faculty Promoted, Tenured

S.O.E. To Track Subjects of 1972 Study--$500k grant

Fancy Foot Work-- Boston College students gain berths in Irish step-dancing's `Olympics'

LUNCH BREAK-Assistant Director of Residential Life Christopher Darcy, junior Jackie Sanzari and senior Jessica Farrell (from left), were among the 30 Boston College students and staff who participated in the Chaplaincy's Urban Immersion program during last week's spring break. Here, they helped prepare lunch at the women's shelter Rosie's Place in Boston. For more details, click here (Photo by Gary Gilbert)


Cardinal Says Faith Grows With Questions --Leading New Testament scholar
United Way Drive Sets Record
DiChiappari Leads Neighborhood Center--Continuity and strength seen in appointment
Burns Adds Belloc, History, Crime Novel Materials
Covenant House Head Will Speak At Laetare Sunday Event
Chaplaincy Sponsors Lenten Events
Law School Series 'Confronts' Diversity
Parades Commission Sees Hope For Peace--Group aims to diffuse Northern Ireland violence during "marching season"
Symposium To Mark Bicentennial of Irish Uprising
Irish Institute Plans June Higher Education Conference
Detroit Mercy's Fr. Staudenmaier To Be Gasson Professor
B.C.P.D.'s Meier Dies
Gaelic Roots Music and Dance Festival To Use Expanded Format Again This Year
Gift Endows C.G.S.O.M.'s Diane Weiss Consulting Competition


Lost Art--Fine Arts' von Henneberg tracks origins of forgotten 16th century drawings she found in Vatican Library
Payment Plan--Financial aid is growing at twice the rate of tuition as BC pursues its goal of providing help to all in need


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