The Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 11, 1999 Vol. 8, No.6

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$400M Drive is Launched

$20M Gift Leads Ever to Excel Campaign, BC's Most Ambitious Fund-Raising Effort

(Left) Gargan Hall in Bapst Library was the setting for a celebration launching the most ambitious capital campaign in Boston College history.

Friend, Mentor, Hero

Junior Vanessa Battista wins honor for being a 'big sister' to two girls

A Successful Experiment in Poetry

George Ladd's science poetry contest for Mass. schoolchildren marks its 10th anniversary

Honeywell CEO Addresses Club
Documentary Premiere to Mark 10th Anniversary of Jesuit Murders
Horton is Named Assistant VP for Student Affairs
New Degree for Parish Nurses
Environmental Health, Safety Oversight Panel Formed
Irish Music Center Has New Home--Bapst MacNeil Room to be dedicated Nov. 21
Seniors Are Tax Contest Finalists
Committee to Promote Millennium-Related Events
Chemist Miller Is Tapped for National Award, Grant

Photo: Jesuitana Exhibit

Radio is Here to Stay --Michael Keith gets the story of radio in the TV age from those who wrote it
Uneasy Scrap Heap--East Bloc still adjusting 10 years after Cold War's end, say faculty
Mixed Emotions--Faculty emigrants from Communist nations see their home countries through a new lens
Learning in the Real World--CSOM's Raelin says the workplace should be an extenstion of the classroom


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