Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 25, 1998 Vol. 7, No. 7

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New N. Irish Assembly Members Learn Business of Government

Irish Studies To Host Fulbright Scholarships

Cura Personalis In Action
Aided by a $2 million Jesuit gift, Center for Ignatian Spirituality enters second year

RESEARCH SHOWCASE-Assoc. Prof. Katherine Gill (Theology) and Prof. Thomas Groome (Theology) were among those who attended the College of Arts and Sciences' Celebration of Faculty Scholarship on Nov. 19 in Gasson Hall. The annual event, which marked its 10th anniversary this year, featured books, chapters, articles, recordings, videos and other works produced by over 90 faculty members during the past year. Many of the items are on display in the O'Neill Library lobby through Dec. 11. (Photo by Gary Gilbert)


B.C. Effort Raises $32k For Hurricane Relief
Herlihy Named General Counsel For University
S.O.E. Drive Helps Struggling School
Library Now Finds, Copies Articles
Friedberg Aims To Boost Skills of Math Teachers
Fellowships Highlight Strength of Grad Programs


Jesuit Jubilarians--13 campus Jesuits are marking major milestones in the priesthood and order this year
Trustee for A City -- In a new book, History's Gelfand says Ralph Lowell built bridges that transformed mid-century Boston
Overlooked Warren --English's Casper examines great American author's later works
Social Justice Then and Now --In 30 years, the Legal Assistance Bureau has grown in size and professionalism, but maintains its mission
Welcome Additions--Introductions of new, tenure-track faculty


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