Boston College Chronicle

March 4, 1999 Vol. 7, No. 12

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Short-Term Exchanges Grow

Paisley Warns of Accord's Fragility

17 Faculty Members Promoted, Tenured

Nice Catch
Undergraduate's "fishing expedition" yields possible new drug to fight brain tumors

WAGONS HO-Campus School Volunteer Coordinator Bill Lambert waves a caravan of Appalachia Volunteer vans forward on Feb. 26 as they departed campus for various destinations. Hundreds of Appalachia volunteers are taking part in the 20th annual spring break service trip this week. Separately, a group of volunteers is in Natchez, Miss. at the nation's first parochial school for African-Americans.


New I.T. Structure Aimed at Improving Service
Daly's Absence Prompts Cancellations
Rescue Mission--SOE leads student, staff volunteers on spring break outreach effort to poor Mississippi Catholic school
New U.G.B.C. Leader Emphasizes Diversity
Physicist Ding Wins Prized Fellowship
B.C. Earns High Marks for Giving Hispanics Opportunity
Music, Dance Fulbright Scholars Named
Hume To Speak
Savage to Help Start Irish Music Archive
O'Toole to Lead Review of Boston Fire Department
Cochran-Smith Honored by Group
B&G's Tony Ghantous Dies
Rabbi Murray Rothman Dies
Language Lab's Web-Based Programs Offer Flexibility


Showing Off--Students' Concord Theater Project aims to draw new audiences to BC's theatrical offerings
The Chinese Connection--SOE's Nuttall says Chinese-Americans who study Chinese score higher on the math portion of the SAT
God Is--Fr. Casey takes on doubters in new book
Welcome Additions--Introductions of new, tenure-track members of the Boston College faculty


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