The
Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 2, 1997 Vol. 6, No. 3

Trustees Vote To Authorize Capital Drive

Several Areas Targeted

Delta To Phase In Services Initiative

Seeing Into The Life Of Things

Book Emerges From Jesuit Institute Discussion Of Religion And The Arts
POPS ON THE HEIGHTS - John Williams conducts the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra in the annual Pops on the Heights concert on Sept. 26 in Conte Forum. The sold-out event raised $1.1 million for the University's scholarship endowment. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


NEWS

InfoTech Reorganization Is Aimed at Improving Service
Two Chosen for M.L.K. Community Service Award
Foreign Study Efforts Consolidated--Center for International Studies
Flagg Praised for Building Foreign Study Program
Student Honor Society Picks Resler for Teaching Award
HealthQuest Focuses On BC Students, Employees--Project links technology, medical care
Board Elects Fr. Herrmann
Series to Focus On Issues Affecting African-Americans
Parents' Council Presents Initiatives
Task Force Mulls Boosting Women's Participation
McMullen Exhibit Features Work of Irish Women Artists
Chaplaincy Looks to Expand Outreach-- New chaplains lead several programs

FEATURES

Dean's List --Fr. Neenan adds five titles to his annual list of recommended reading
Photo: Legacy

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