The Boston College Chronicle


Jan. 20, 2000 Vol. 8, No.9

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BC to Host Finance Summit

Greenspan talk, panel discussions highlight March 6 event


RecPlex To Close For Renovations In May

Facility is expected to re-open on Sept. 1


Keeping Good Company

Faculty, staff bring cheer to elderly Jesuits with monthly visits



SKATING PARTY-Some 400 adults and children enjoyed an afternoon of ice-skating at Conte Forum last Sunday, organized by the Development Office. The BC men's hockey team will take to the ice at Conte this Sunday for the first home game of the semester. See Calendar on page 8 for more campus events. (Photo by Justin Knight)


No Changes to Health Plan Expected--University monitoring Harvard Pilgrim status
Y2K Is OK At BC
Law School Students Advance to National Moot Court Competition
New Exhibition Features Rare Medieval Art
GSSW Mounting Effort To End Cuban Trade Embargo
Symposium Named In Honor of Fr. Monan To Debut On Jan. 28
Alpha Sigma Nu Recognizes Byrne For Work On Aristotle
Malec Elected President of NASSS
Feb. 11 service to be held for CSOM's Preston
BC Sets Disclosure Policy On Apparel
Haskins Receives Award



Photo: GYRO Reception

Uncovering A Deadly Truth --Guillemin's book recounts Russian anthrax tragedy
Transformation Process--BC faculty publish book on outreach scholarship
Music and Mollusks--Biologist Kool tastes success as pianist

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