The Boston College Chronicle

Feb. 17, 2000 Vol. 8, No. 11

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ORTHODOX VESPERS-Members of the Children's and Youth Choir "Sophia" of Krasnojarsk, Siberia, perform at a Russian Orthodox Vespers Service at St. Mary's Chapel on Feb. 9. Archbishop Anonij of Krasnojarsk presided at the first Russian Orthodox service of its type held in the Jesuit chapel. The choir is making an American concert tour in connection with the 5th Boston Festival of Orthodox Music. (Photo by Justin Knight)

University Sets New Milestones

Endowment topped $1 billion in 1999

Applications for 2004 eclipse 20,000

Irish Studies Co-Founder Dalsimer Dies

A Writer At The Center Of Attention

Alan Wolfe explores ties between public life and religion in America

Marianne Lord Leads Capital Giving
Trustees Approve Budget, Tuition
Author and Curator Fr. Leonard Dies
Fund-raiser Aids Families of Firefighters
Physicist Co-edits Top Journal
Spring Alumni Events Set
Faculty Author Receives Presidential Fan Mail
Burns Adds To Collections--O'Connell, McAleer gifts are highlights
Mentors, Students Praise 'Connections'
United Way Tops $110,000

'We Could Not Survive If We Could Not Dream'
The Body In Question--Book conceived by Fr. Morrill explores worship


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