The Boston College Chronicle


Oct. 14, 1999 Vol. 8, No.4

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Program to Boost AHANA Careers

New University Affiliates Effort to Enrich Skills



SPIRITUAL PATH: Prof. Rebecca Valette (Romance Languages) explains the labyrinth painted on the lawn behind her to a group that attended a dedication ceremony on Oct. 7. The labyrinth, located across Beacon Street from Carney Hall, is a recreation of the pattern painted on the Burns Library lawn last year. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Mr. BC

James McIntyre has had a hand in many major events in his 40 years at the University

Law School Marks 70th

Slizewski honored, East Wing formally opened


Non-explosive Technology

Physicist Naughton develops sensor to find plastic landmines




Clough Succeeds Syron as Board of Trustees Chairman
The Spy Who Wrote Me --Burns Lands Graham Greene Correspondence With Soviet Agent
Irish Studies Co-director Named to Mitchell Scholarship Fund Board
United Way Drive Aims For Record--Campaign Starts Oct. 19
Muskavitch is Named First DeLuca Professor of Biology--Researcher of insects also will chair department
NCAA Leader to Speak on Campus
Conference to Examine Social Justice in Jesuit Higher Education



Photo: Popular Peformance

Legal History --Emil Slizewski played many roles in his 58 years at the Law School
Dean's List--Fr. Neenan issues annual list of recommended reading
Getting Y2K Compliant--Two-year effort produces comprehensive plan
Heart of the Place--Mary Donohue retires after 37 years in the Development Office

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