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"For the Greater Glory of God," a dance and theatrical performance based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, will be presented in Robsham Theater at 8 p.m. on Sept. 19 and 1 p.m. on Sept. 20.
The performance was created by part-time faculty member Michael Burgo (Music), Human Resources Employee Development Director Bernard O'Kane and Jesuit Artist-in-Residence Robert VerEecke, SJ, during 1990 as part of the year-long celebration of the life of St. Ignatius.
Admission is $10, $5 with a Boston College ID. Tickets are available at Robsham Theater, or may be obtained by calling the box office at ext.2-4800.
University Policies and Procedures Director Ivy Dodge has announced that one new policy and four revised policies have been released and are available on the InfoEagle edition of the Boston College Policies and Procedures Manual.
The new policy is titled "Environmental Health and Safety - Function and Responsibilities," and the revised policies are "Private Voluntary Support - Solicitation, Gift Acceptance and Documentation," "Private Voluntary Support - Gifts for Endowed Funds," "Office of the Dean for Student Development - Sales and Solicitations" and "Tuition and Fee Schedule 1998-99."
Democratic candidates vying for the Massachusetts Eighth Congressional District seat in the Sept. 15 primary election will gather in Robsham Theater to state their case at a debate forum on Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m.
All members of the University community are invited to attend the event, sponsored by the Undergraduate Government of Boston College and the City of Boston Democratic Committee. Associate Vice President for State and Community Relations W. Paul White will be the debate moderator.
After making opening statements, candidates will answer questions from a panel which will include O'Neill Professor of American Politics R. Shep Melnick, UGBC president Patrick McMahon, Boston and Brighton/Allston TAB editor Peter Panepento and WCVB-TV "Chronicle" anchor Peter Mehegan.
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