Boston College Chronicle

May 7, 1998 Vol. 6, No. 17

Funds Targeted For Academics Grew By $6M--
First year of infusion

Irish P.M. Ahern Will Speak At Commencement

Mentoring Addressed At Faculty Day Event

Good Fellows--
Effort to groom top students pays off

FOUR YEARS ALREADY?-Seniors Neal Kimball, Barbara Santoro, Eva Terzopoulos and Thomas Egan examine the newly released 1998 year book, Sub Turri, outside Gasson Hall on April 29. They were among hundreds of students preparing for final exams and relaxing in the warm spring weather during study days last week. Final exams conclude this week. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


A&S To Offer Formal Minors Starting In Fall
Archibald Cox To Receive O'Neill Citizenship Award
Alumni, Parent 'Ambassadors' Rallied--Development hosted three major events over the weekend
U.N. Ambassador Richardson To Speak At Law Commencement
James Collection Arrives
Junior Wins Amanda V. Houston Award
Top Teaching Fellows
Law School Honors Judge
Former G.S.S.W. Dean, Alumni Chief Fr. Driscoll Dies
Students Recognized For Leadership
B.C. To Gauge Its Economic Impact On Boston, Newton


Aristotle and Science --Philosophy's Byrne says the ancient Greek had more in common with today's scientists than meets the eye
Theology's Brown Helping To Digitize the Vatican Library
Practicing Ethics --Faculty group completes first year of exploring ethical issues from professional and practical perspectives


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