The
Boston College Chronicle

May 28, 1999 Vol. 7, No. 18

Note: The on-line version of Chronicle has been updated as of June 2 and is now complete

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Boston College Commencement [banner]

Richardson Discusses Kosovo Crisis, Trimble Honored
for Peace Efforts

United States Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson addresses the Class of 1999 at Commencement Exercises on Monday in Alumni Stadium. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

*Commencement 1999 Features*

The Will to Win-- Graduate Juan Arteaga escaped the inner city, overcame difficulties at BC, and now prepares for law school

L.S.O.E. Grad Wins Highest Class Award

Super Mom--After raising 14 children and caring for 300 foster children, Mary Crow receives her BC master's degree

A Commencement Photo Gallery


Sponsored Research Reaches New Record


Service to Others
Custodian Pacheco earns Community Service Award



NEWS

B.C. Web Pages To Get New Look
Barber Family Endows Football Coach's Position
B.C., Newton Reach Soccer Field Accord
Institute Links City Kids, Environment
Gaelic Roots Festival Planned
Connolly Among Top Irish-Americans
Mayor Menino to Address Boston Citizen Seminar
Jesuit Institute Names Next Year's Visiting Fellows
Judge Denies Daly's Bid for Injunction
Katz Wins Oxford Fellowship
Chemists Fourkas, Miller Win Early-Career Awards
Redesign of Campus Entrance Underway

FEATURES


Photo: CEOs On Campus

The Best-Managed University--Campanella discusses Project Delta's past and future, and the need to adapt to constant change
The Change of Politics--O'Neill Professor Melnick says politics changed this century more than most suspect
Finished Work--Fr. Daly assembles and publishes important unfinished manuscript by late BC theologian Fr. Kilmartin

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