Boston College Chronicle

April 15, 1999 Vol. 7, No. 15

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Garvey Named As Law School's Next Dean

Dublin Address To Be B.C.'s Irish Headquarters

2,500 Computers Will Be Replaced In Coming Months

ANOTHER HELPING- The Alumni Association and the Greater Boston Food Bank celebrated the 11th anniversary of their Second Helping Program, which provides surplus meals from hotels, restaurants and other sources to the area's hungry, at an April 10 gala at Fenway Park. Pictured at the event - which raised more than $100,000 for Second Helping - are, from left, Boston College President William P. Leahy, SJ, Greater Boston Food Bank President Catherine D'Amato, event co-chairs Tom and June Martin, and Boston Red Sox Executive Vice President John Buckley.


Changes in Health Plan Offer Added Choices
N.C.A.A. Team Makes Certification Visit
Public Interest Law Center is Named for Curtins
Next Year's Freshmen May Be Brightest, Most Diverse Ever
Two Seniors Win Moakley Service Award
Alumni Honored for Volunteer Efforts
Students Help Convert Thrift Shop
Golf Outing to Benefit Campus School
B.C. Among 100 'Most Wired' Colleges and Universities
Globe Writer Wins Media Resource Network Award
Ann Kirklys, Admission Employee, Dies
Global Economy Conference at B.C


Photo: Free Advice

Schedule for the Boston College Arts Festival
Finished Work--Three faculty editors complete Bernard Lonergan's unfinished book linking morality and economics
A Good Draw--Baroque exhibition has attracted more than 35,000 people to the McMullen Museum since February


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