A discussion will take place following Quinn's remarks. All faculty members are invited to attend.
The schedule and celebrants for the other Advent liturgies are: Dec. 5, Assoc. Prof. Gary Gurtler, SJ (Philosophy); Dec. 12, College of Arts and Sciences Associate Dean Thomas O'Malley, SJ; and Dec. 19, Gasson Professor John Staudenmeier, SJ.
All Masses will begin at 4 p.m. in St. Mary's Chapel, and will feature the Boston College Faculty Early Music Group and other performers.
O'Neill Library now features a new exhibit, "Books from the Bibliothèque des Fontaines: A Jesuit Library Collection Comes to the O'Neill Library," containing a selection of books from among the 30,000 volumes of the Chantilly collection acquired by Boston College.
The books on display were selected to illustrate the wide range of subjects that attracted the attention of Jesuit scholars and seminarians during the past two centuries, from theology and philosophy to classical and contemporary literature, history, culture, science and the arts.
The University Chorale of Boston College invites members of the University community to join them on their spring break tour of Vienna and Prague from March 3 to 12. This trip will include round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, full buffet breakfasts and four dinners, as well as five-and-a-half days of touring with experienced guides.
For more information, call the University Chorale office at ext.2-4306.
University Policies and Procedures Director Ivy Dodge has announced the release of several revised policies on Campus Safety and Security, which are available in electronic format through the online edition of the Policies and Procedures Manual, located at /bc_org/polpr/bcppm.html
The new releases are: "Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act"; "Reporting Crimes and Other Emergencies"; "Safety Notification Procedure"; "Campus Facilities: Security, Access, and Maintenance"; "Campus Law Enforcement"; and "Campus Sexual Assault Program."
The Boston College Law School community raised more than $1,700 for the fight against cancer and a memorial scholarship fund at its fourth annual Race Ipsa Loquitur road race on Oct. 30.
One hundred Law School students, faculty and administrators participated in the three-mile event near the Newton Campus.
Of the funds raised, more than $1,000 has been earmarked for a scholarship fund established in memory of Brian Lutch, an associate dean at the Law School who died of cancer in 1995. The remainder of the money was donated to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute's Jimmy Fund.
The event was sponsored by the Law Student Association and the local chapter of the American Bar Association.
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