The
Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 13, 1997 Vol. 6, No. 6

Faculty Added, Program Funds to Be Doubled

First Step In $260M Academic Infusion

New Intercultural Council Begins Work

Near Death Experience

Recent Votes In the State Legislature Highlight Problems With Capital Punishment
LIBRARY DEDICATED-College of Arts and Sciences Dean J. Robert Barth, SJ, greets Helen Bluhm, the widow of Germanic Studies Department founder Heinz Bluhm, at the dedication of the library bearing his name on Nov. 8. The library, which contains Prof. Bluhm's large collection of material relating to Martin Luther, is in Lyons 201. Germanic Studies Chairman Prof. Michael Resler is at right. (Photo by Gary Gilbert)


NEWS

Delta Forms Teams to Enact Several Efforts
Middle Campus Trial Delayed Until Dec. 1
Collection Adds to Nursing Archives --Burns acquires papers from national group of nurse-attorneys
Chemistry Graduates Land Top Jobs In Industry, Academia
300 Students Pick Up Wall St. Career Tips
English Majors Shown Options
Center for Irish Management Hosts Two Groups
Long-time Faculty Member Vogel Dies
Burke to Leave Post
Finney Chosen to Conduct Handel & Haydn's "Messiah"
Computer Center Upgrade

FEATURES

Welcome Additions --Introductions of new, tenure-track members of the Boston College faculty
Novel Story--English's Matson publishes 'The Hunger Moon,' her first book of fiction
Educating for Life--Theology's Groome pens a book distilling the essence of Catholic education

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