Boston College Chronicle

May 22, 1998 Vol. 6, No. 18

Ahern Delivers Appeal For Peace

Citations Honor Recipients' Accomplishments

Ever To Excel
--Finnegan Award winner shows a range in talent and 'more gray matter than just about anyone on campus'

Finnegan Award Finalist
Pool Deep

University President William P. Leahy, SJ, left, and Board of Trustees Chairman Richard Syron, right, place the hood representing the honorary degree on Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern at Monday's Commencement Exercises. (Photo by Gary Gilbert)

High-tech Research Group Joins S.O.E.

Heart of Gold
--Chadwick's volunteer work earns him Community Service Award


O'Toole Named Leader of Alumni Association--Alumna is top public safety official in state
B.C., Former Coach Resolve Lawsuit
Higgins Construction To Begin--Parking, access in area to be affected
O'Connor Honored With Alumni Award
Global Higher Ed. Conference Slated
Fr. Leahy Hosts Retirees, Long-time Employees of B.C.
Munnell Elected Fellow of The American Academy of Arts and Sciences
McMullen Exhibit To Feature Three Parts--Art and Literature
East Coast A.V.P. Meeting To Be Held On Campus Next Month
Contest Yields Scholarship
Chemist Wins Major National Award
Executives To Speak At Luncheon Series
Fulton Debating Society Ranked As Best In East


Photo: Distinguished Citizen
Giving More--SWRI research indicates the perception of Americans' giving habits needs an upward revision


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