Boston College Chronicle

Sept. 4, 1998 Vol. 7, No. 1

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Faculty Convocation
Fr. Leahy Sets Agenda for Academic Year

B.C. Advances Two Places In U.S. News' Annual Rankings

Mission Accomplished
Having raised BC's academic profile as AVP, Fr. Neenan prepares to shift roles

SHOPPING SPREE-The Bookstore was a busy place Tuesday as returning students began stocking up on textbooks and other back-to-school staples. Classes began the following day. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


Mass of the Holy Spirit
On Sept. 13

Cornerstone Program To Aid In Adjustment To College Life--A&S offers freshmen advisors, courses
Fr. Barth To Step Down As A&S Dean, Join English Faculty
Microsoft Savings Available To Faculty
B.C. Joins Group Offering M.B.A. In China
O.T.E. Retention Rate Tops 90 Percent--Pre-college enrichment program serves disadvantaged AHANA students
New Hires Boost Number of A.H.A.N.A. Faculty In A&S, S.O.E.
Appeals Continue In Middle Campus, Soccer Field Cases
B.C. Candidates Score Well On Tests--Passing rate far ahead of average on state teacher tests
Haney Investigating Teacher Tests' Validity
Fr. Donovan Remembered As 'Devoted Son' of Alma Mater--Half-century at BC as teacher, administrator, historian
Shirley Is Assoc. S.O.E. Dean
Terrence Devino, SJ, Joins Chaplaincy
Changes Improve Faculty, Student Support Services
Purchasing Cards Streamline Buying Process
Assoc. V.P. Cunningham Focuses On Capital Campaign


Building a Church-- Historian O'Connor says Boston Archdiocese's growth and influence were driven by Irish immigrants


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