Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 30, 1997 Vol. 6, No. 5

B.C. Launches National Search For Next A.V.P.

Fr. Leahy Appoints Committee

Delta Leaders Update Managers On Project's Plans

What It Means To Be
A Leader

Emerging Leader Program Marks 10th Anniversary of Preparing Best and Brightest
STORY AND SONG-Noted Irish singer and songwriter Philip Coulter mixed music and storytelling at an Oct. 16 performance in Gasson Hall titled, "A Musical Life." Coulter, a visiting professor in the Irish Studies Program this semester, regularly breaks box office records in Ireland with his young orchestra. He is planning a December Christmas performance on campus with Irish Studies Music Programs Director Seamus Connolly. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


B.C.'s Lawyers Prepare For Middle Campus Trial--Appeal of Newton aldermen's permit denial
Bram Stoker Confab Planned --100th anniversary of 'Dracula' publication
Libraries' New Electronic Services to Aid Researchers
Faculty Development Is Goal of Weekend Retreats
A Civil Discussion--Precise definition of 'civil society' eludes faculty on panel, but they agree academia has a large role to play
Career Center Reaches Out to Alumni With Services
'Wall Street Day' Slated
College Bound Expands
Munnell Is Named Drucker Professor
Psychologist Wins National Jesuit Book Award
Reid Oslin to Join Public Affairs Staff
Fulton Tapped As Assistant Dean In S.O.E.
Sociology Ph.D Program Is 25 Years Old
Jane Jacobs Conference


Common Ground--Participants say Diversity Awareness Workshops are fostering communication and understanding
A New Stage--Fine Arts' Berger converts her film 'The Imported Bridegroom' into a musical
A Noble Man--Despite personal setbacks, custodian Eduardo Pacheco breaks ground as deacon and serves his community


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