The
Boston College Chronicle

April 1, 1999 Vol. 7, No. 14

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Hume Says Irish Peace Process Will Endure


First Annual Campus Arts Festival Slated for April 28-29


Artistic Flair
Renewal of the arts seen as one of Fr. Barth's legacies after 11 years as A&S dean


AHANA SCHOLARS-University Housing Director Robert Capalbo (left) and AHANA Student Programs Director Donald Brown (right) talk with freshmen Farah Bernier and Slandah Aldophe at the AHANA Scholars Reception on March 17 in the Conte Forum Shea Room. The event is held annually to recognize AHANA students who have achieved at least a 3.0 grade point average in either of the previous two semesters. A total of 131 students were honored this year. (Photo by Justin Knight)



NEWS

Local Tax-Assistance Effort Expand
Law Students Help Renovate Housing
Fulbright Scholars Active in 1998-99
Men's Ice Hockey Team Gains Berth in 'Frozen Four'
Holocaust Art Focus of April Conference
Two Win Romero Awards
Pennies Add Up for Cause
U.S. News Includes Law, S.O.E. in Rankings
Benefit Planned for Vocal Coach Fighting Cancer

FEATURES


Photo: Science Building

Domesday Law--Historian Fleming finds roots of English Common Law in the medieval Domesday Book
Well Versed--Long-time Humanities Series Director Fr. Sweeney publishes volume of his poetry
Building Program--Nardone authors guide to 'smart' systems
Rule of Law--Adherence to religious law and tradition binds Jews during difficult times, says Rabbi Langer in new book

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