Boston College Chronicle

Feb. 18, 1999 Vol. 7, No. 11

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S.O.E. To Be Named For Lynches
Gift of more than $10 million is University's largest ever

Rev. Hammond Urges Battle Against Poverty

From 4 to 400
Appalachia Volunteers make 20th annual trip to serve the poor

TREED-A worker prunes one of the shade trees on Linden Lane that gave the thoroughfare its name. The work is aimed at improving the trees' appearance and preserving their health. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Trustees Set 1999-2000 Budget, Tuition
Princeton Professor Is Black History Month G.Y.R.O. Scholar
Report Critical of Mass. Teacher Tests
S.O.N. Offers New Master's Program
Social Security Chief Opens B.C. Center
Catholic Culture On Line--Burns Library Staff is putting the Liturgy and Life Collection on the World Wide Web
Irish Official To Speak On Laetare Sunday
Groome Wins Field's Highest Honor
National University of Ireland To Award Degree To Dalsimer
Grad Student Cited for Promoting Technology
Hundreds of Students To Aid Poor In U.S. and Abroad
B.C. To Host Religious Life Meeting


Spirit of the Times--First vice president for Mission and Ministry finds BC's spiritual underpinnings deep and strong
Nabokov In Exile--In new book, Shrayer traces author's development through the short stories he wrote in Europe
Cabrini-Green Changed M.L.K. Scholar


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