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Student Leadership Awards nominations due tomorrow

The Office of the Dean for Student Development is seeking nominations for the 1999 Student Leadership Awards. These awards recognize contributions from outstanding students and advisors in eight categories.

Nominations must be submitted to ODSD in McElroy 141 on or before tomorrow, Feb. 19. For information, contact Jada Kavanagh or Amy Choma at ext.2-3480.

Burns exhibit spotlights Israel

Burns Library is offering a special exhibition of aerial photographs from the Holy Land titled "Israel: Archaeology From the Air." The exhibition will be on display until Feb. 28 in the Burns Library Trustees Room.

Mass for Samuel Miller scheduled for March 8

A memorial Mass will be said in St. Mary's Chapel on March 8 at 4 p.m. for Prof. Emeritus Samuel J. Miller (History), who died on Jan. 30 at the age of 79.

Concelebrants of the Mass are expected to be University Chaplain Richard Cleary, SJ, Assoc. Prof. Rev. Francis Murphy (History), and Monsignor Lawrence McGrath, librarian at St. John's Seminary. A reception will follow in the Jenks Honors Library in Gasson Hall.

Faculty World Wide Web course to be offered

The Interactive Multimedia Laboratory will offer two-hour courses for faculty members on creating and maintaining a World Wide Web site. Instructors will discuss such topics as adding images, linking to other Web pages or sections of a page, and using tables.

The courses will take place at the IML, located in Gasson 001, on Thursday, March 18 from noon-2 p.m. and Friday, April 2 from 10 a.m. until noon. Contact Aleta Mustone at ext. 2-4778, or at aleta.mustone@bc.edu, for more information.

Romero Scholarship reception set for March 27

The seventh annual Archbishop Oscar Romero Scholarship Award reception will take place at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 27, in the Heights Room of the Lower Campus Dining Hall. The evening will include Colombian and Latin music, dancing, hors d'oeuvres and dessert. For further information, call ext.2-1996.

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