The
Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 15, 1998 Vol. 7, No. 4

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B.C. Picked As Site For Social Security Center


Sponsored Research Reached New Highs Last Academic Year


Seismic Shift
Weston Observatory Is Shaking Up Science Education At Four New England Schools


ART APPRECIATION-McMullen Museum of Art Head Docent Nancy Joyce explains some imagery in the museum's "Imaging Meiji" exhibition to Anne Starr of Melrose (partially obscured) and Stephanie Wade '01 last week. The exhibition runs through Dec. 6. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


NEWS

E-mail Incident Investigation Continues--Anti-Defamation League praises University's response
United Way Drive To Kick Off
World View--Presidential Scholars Program expands internship opportunites and will enroll more top students
Search For Info Tech V.P. Progresses
Honorary Degree Nominations Sought For 2000
Price Also Elected, Boisi Re-Elected As Trustees
B.C. Neighborhood Center Organizes A/B Health Week
Geologist Kineke Wins N.S.F. Prize
Employee Health Fairs Scheduled
Jesuit Community To Offer Employee, Student Retreats
O'Toole Chairs National Group
Snapper Wins Award
Nursing Journal Honors Mahony
Phi Beta Kappa Students Pick Fr. Howard For Honor
Volunteers Raised $25k For The Campus School

FEATURES

Emergency Students-- Student EMT corps organized after Kevin Eidt's sudden death in 1997 now backs up BCPD
Corporation Nation--Sociologist Derber calls for 'positive populism' to counter what he sees as big business' unchecked power
Welcome Additions--Introductions of new, tenure-track faculty

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