"Study Abroad Fair" to be held Monday
    The Center for International Studies will hold a Study Abroad Fair on Monday, Jan. 24, from 5-8 p.m. in the Lower Campus Dining Hall Heights Room. The fair will provide information on international study opportunities in more than 20 countries. Faculty, staff, and students with first-hand experience abroad will be on hand to answer questions. For further information, please call the CIS at ext.2-3827.

Hawthorne String Quartet performs Jan. 26
    The internationally acclaimed Hawthorne String Quartet - which was named the Boston College string quartet-in-residence in 1998 - will perform a chamber concert in Gasson 100 on Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 8 p.m.
    The concert will feature the world premiere performance of "Tantric Psalms," by Assoc. Prof. Thomas Oboe Lee (Music) as well as works by Mozart and Erwin Schulhoff.
    At 7:15 p.m., Mark Ludwig, a Fulbright Scholar on music from the Holocaust, will discuss the music of Schulhoff, a composer who died in the Wurzburg concentration camp in 1943. Lee also will be on hand to talk about his composition, which expresses solidarity with the Tibetan cause for independence. For more information on the concert, which is free and open to the public, call ext.2-4843.

Ethics and technology conference seeking papers
    The Fifth Annual Ethics and Technology Conference, co-sponsored by Boston College Law School and Carroll School of Management, is now accepting papers and panel proposals on any topic concerning the relationship of ethics and technology. This year's event, titled "Challenges of the New Millennium: Ethics and Information Technology," will be held July 21-22 at Loyola University in Chicago. Information is available at the conference World Wide Web site.

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