Boston College Chronicle

July 22, 1999 Vol. 7, No. 19

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Quinn Named Dean of Arts and Sciences

Burns To Share Resources With Famed Belfast Library

Tests Shortchange High-tech Students
CSTEEP Study Looks At Paper-and-Pencil Exams In Computer Age

CLASS PARTICIPATION-Multi-handicapped students and their teachers from the Boston College Campus School joined with third-graders at the Horace Mann Elementary School in Newton on June 18 for "Color Day," a day of games emphasizing teamwork and cooperation held annually at the school. The event capped a year-long program which brings students from the two schools together regularly for physical education classes and other activities. This marked the third year of the program. (Photo by Justin Knight)


Science Departments To Have First Local Service Centers
Direct Deposit Of Pay To Be Mandatory In Fall
A New Peace--Irish Institute uses expertise to sponsor new program aimed at Middle Eastern and North African teachers
Trustees Approve Construction Funds
G.S.S.W. Faculty Rated Among the Most Productive In American Social Work
Numerous Building Projects Underway
Computational Studies Minor To Debut
Chief Executives' Club Rated Top Speaking Forum
B.C. Hosts Several Summer Events
Carole Hughes Is Named Harassment Counselor At B.C.
Lewis Is New Human Resources Assoc. V.P.
Dining Services' Stuhl Dies
25 Years of Excellence--Faculty art is focus of McMullen exhibition
Three Named To I.T. Posts
Center Opens Dialogue On Student Formation
B.C. Health Project Expands


Photo: Work Is Play

Photo: GE Support

Irish Music, Dance Enliven Campus--Gaelic Roots Festival is again a success
For the Birds--Eagle-eyed sergeant aids struggling hawk
Booksmith--In the digital age, rare books Conservator Mark Esser repairs and maintains centuries-old volumes


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