The Boston College Chronicle

Feb. 3, 2000 Vol. 8, No. 10

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The African Dance and Music Group from the Gardner Extended Services School in Allston performs at the "Connect 5" Celebration held Jan. 21 in the Shea Room at Conte Forum. Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and Boston Schools Superintendent Thomas Payzant attended the event, which honored educators and staff involved in the "Connect 5" educational partnership initiative. The Gardner School also is the site of an innovative collaboration with Boston College. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Regan Appointed Alumni Director

BPL Foundation VP assumes post in March

University Awarded Lilly Planning Grant

Funds will support efforts to examine formation and vocation at BC

All In A Day's Work At The Gardner

BC project is making a difference in lives of young Boston students

Smith Takes Chronicle Reins
BC Volunteers Revisit Holy Family School--Another trip to Natchez planned for spring break
Chicago Pastor to Speak At King Banquet
Profiles of Candidates For The MLK Scholarship
Humanities Series Resumes
Delta Project Highlighted--Feb. 10 national broadcast features BC
Library of Congress Enlists BC to Assess Irish Collection
Patkus Receives Honor
Morris, First Drucker Professor, Dies at 76
Ex-IT Manager Patricia Tobin Dies
Flagpole Dedicated to Keady
Scholars Plan 20-Year Public Reading Series--Romance Languages to present Divine Comedy
Campaign Spotlights Eating Disorders
New Speaker for Feb. 18 Monan Symposium

Photo: Unity Breakfast

Photo: Hawthorne String Quartet

Lessons Learned From Partnerships--Faculty members publish book on collaborations
A Very Good Neighbor--Boston group recognizes graduate student's outstanding service to the community
Commercial Potential--Student's company in Super Bowl spotlight


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