The
Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 29, 1998 Vol. 7, No. 5

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Irish President Hails B.C. Role
Mary McAleese Formally Opens Connolly House


Study Of Students' Pictures Draws Funding


Model Mice
Biologist Seyfried and Team Create New Strain That May Help Solve Epilepsy Riddle


Irish President Mary McAleese addresses a reception in Gasson Hall on Oct. 16 as University President William P. Leahy, SJ, and a McAleese aide look on. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


NEWS

Business Week Ranks C.G.S.O.M. In Survey
Hundreds Pay Tribute To Fr. Neenan At Robsham Event
Irish Unity--Irish Studies and the Irish Institute move under one roof at renovated Connolly House
Time Warner's Levin Speaks To C.E.O. Club
I.R.E.P.M. Makes Distance Learning Foray
Faculty Can See Student Photos On Line
Panel Seeks Nominations
Former Trustee David Nelson Dies
G.S.S.W. Plans 10th Policy Action Day
Vaughan, Soifer Take Top Jesuit Book Prizes
Biologist Hake Wins Two Major Awards

FEATURES


Now That Didn't Hurt

Hate Radio-- Communication's Keith tunes in to the radical right and reveals how fringe groups use media
Practicing What He Teaches, Haney Is His Students' Subject
Ringing In the Old--The 85-year-old Gasson Tower bells chime again thanks to modern electronics
Welcome Additions--Introductions of new, tenure-track faculty

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