Boston College Chronicle

Sept. 4, 1997 Vol. 6, No. 1

B.C. Will Invest $260M To Attain Academic Goals

Fr. Leahy Announces Initiatives

B.C. and Its Jesuit Community Establish The Center For Ignatian Spirituality

Great Wall, Empty Fortress

Political Scientist Ross Says China, Despite Its Image, Is Not The Global Bogeyman

BYE, BYE BARRY-Demolition crews tore down Barry Pavillion on the Newton Campus on Aug. 12, the first part of an operation that razed the east wing of Stuart House. The demolition will make way for construction of a new classroom wing for the Law School. For an update on this and other campus construction activity, click here. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

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Monthly Forum To Ease Communication-- Administrative Officers Council springs from Delta
D.A. Ends Gambling Probe, N.C.A.A. Makes Player Decisions
Chronicle Office Moved
B.C. Holds Steady Among Nation's Top 40-- US News & World Report ranks national universities
B.C. Rates 'Mega-selective' Among Catholic Universities
UAPC Implementation Plans Announced-- 50 new faculty members to be hired
Pops Concert Is Sold Out
Mass Of The Holy Spirit Set For Sunday, Sept. 7
Project Delta Begins To Make Impact
Students Connect To 'Net By Themselves
Three Members Of B.C. Community Died Over The Summer
LoJack C.E.O. Heads New Patrons Of The Museum Group
Museum To Host Printmaking Symposium
Law School Is Site Of Major Conference
Law School Tops Construction Projects


Here She Comes? --Junior Samira Zebian, Miss Massachusetts, will compete In the Miss America Pageant next weekend
Another New Role --Alumnus, BC parent and vice president John Driscoll assumes duties as special consultant to president


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