Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 16, 1997 Vol. 6, No. 4

Burns Doubles Size of Jesuitana Collection

Now Among Nation's Largest

G.S.S.W. Center to Focus On HIV and AIDS

'A Full and Exciting Career'

Vice President Peg Dwyer Prepares to Step Into Retirement After 24 Years At BC
FAMILY DAY-An entertainer juggles flaming batons before delighted children at the annual Family Day event prior to the BC-Georgia Tech football game on Oct. 4. A number of rides and games were available to families of BC football fans at the annual event, which was sponsored by the Alumni Association. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Delta Teams Presenting Details On Initiatives
B.C. Honors Two With M.L.K. Service Award --James Earl Ray's attorney addresses gathering
Youth Summit Is Slated for Oct. 26 In Boston --Fr. Monan is co-chairman
United Way Drive Begins--Aims to break last year's record
Melnick Is Named O'Neill Professor
A.B.A. Leader Urges Changes In Immigration Laws
Reagon to Lecture On Campus Oct. 23
State Says Meningitis Threat Has Passed
Long-time C.S.O.M. Faculty Member Sutherland Dies
Conference Next Week to Honor Fr. Fortin
Businesswomen Gather for Conference
Law Alum Heads M.C.A.D.
Honorary Degree Nominations Sought


Filing Tip--History, trivia - even cigars - permeate the large Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Collection
Happy In Their Work--Survey by SOE's Altbach finds the world's professoriate is largely optimistic about the profession's future
International Presence--Boston College is becoming an increasingly sought-after destination for Jesuits from around the world
Photo: Academically Speaking


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