Boston College Chronicle

May 13, 1999 Vol. 7, No. 17

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Center To Eye Religion's Role in Public Issues
Acclaimed Scholar Wolfe Named Director

Study-Abroad Enrollment Sets Record

Fr. Leahy Discusses B.C. Identity

Technical Expertise
New Technology Consultants Are Already Making Their Mark On Campus

ARTISTIC EXPRESSION-Brad Pratt '93, works a potter's wheel at the First Annual Boston College Arts Festival last month. As part of the festivities, the Arts Council presented awards to outgoing College of Arts and Science Dean J. Robert Barth, SJ, senior Jennifer Amir Badaan, junior Jeremy Foldesy and sophomore Elisabeth Zajac. The two people watching Pratt are unidentified. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini).


Kerry to Address Law Grads
Prompt Response Limits Fire Damage
DeLeeuw Named Assoc. Dean of Faculties
Fr. Helmick Details P.O.W. Release Mission
Jazz Group Surprises National Festival
Benefit Raised $3,000 for JoJo David
Report Details B.C. Community Outreach
C.S.O.M. Research Fellows Display High-Tech Projects
Retirees, 25-Year Employees Honored
Chiles on Journal Board
Sophomore Dies Following Car Accident
Alumni Association to Present Awards
Phillips to Head Student-Athlete Academic Support
Institute Hosts Irish Press
C.G.S.O.M. Finance Scholarship Benefits Business Journalists


Photo: Houston Fellow

Photo: Fr. Barth Tribute

Peace Corps Draws Many Alumni


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