Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 26, 1997 Vol. 6, No. 7

Grant Launches A/B Community Service Effort

One of Three In the Nation

Soifer To Join Law Faculty

B.C. History On Line

Data Base of Presidential Papers Illuminates University's Past
INTRODUCTIONS-University President William P. Leahy, SJ (right), hosted a reception on Monday to formally introduce Associate Vice President for State and Community Relations Paul White (left) to elected officials from Newton, Boston and the state. Here, Fr. Leahy and White are pictured with Newton Mayor-elect David Cohen, who has been a long-time state representative. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Purchasing Cards To Debut Next Month
Seminar Stresses Honor, Honesty At Work --'The Front Page of the Newspaper' test
Bishop's Works Acquired
Newton Grants Permit For Proposed Higgins Project
Heard On The Street--Wall Street leader Clough offers career advice as Carroll School of Management's Executive in Residence
New International Programs To Start
A&S Scholarship Celebration Event Marks 10th Anniversary
G.S.S.W.'s 10th Annual Social Policy Action Day Focuses On Women's Issues
Fr. Leahy Names Lehane As His New Executive Assistant
Int'l Group Honors B.C.P.D.
Libraries' Verma Dies
1998-99 Jesuit Institute Grants Available
Faculty Are Invited To Breaking The Barriers Ball
Music To Their Eyes--Innovation allows the severely disabled to compose music using only eye movement
Fr. Leahy Outlines Vision For National Development Board
'Bach To The Future'--Music's Lee previews piece for area kids


Welcome Additions --Introductions of new, tenure-track members of the Boston College faculty
Photo: Fond Farewell
Photo: Welcome
Photo: Publication Party


Return to Chronicle
Home Page