The Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 28, 1999 Vol. 8, No.5

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'Golden Age' of Philanthropy Seen

Study Says Vast Wealth Transfer Will Aid Charities

Russian as a Second Language

Students aid influx of immigrants in Boston

FALL COLOR: Junior Christine Faria and freshmen Jonathan Gonzalez and Femaris Pena (from left) walked across the Campus Green near Fulton Hall late last week while a maple tree was at peak color.

BC Observes 400th Year of Jesuits' Ratio Studiorum

Kitchen Patrol

Dining Services cook makes transition to BCPD officer

Two Honored With MLK Service Award
Retaining Diversity --Conference explores what makes successful AHANA retention programs work
British, N. Irish Prison Chaplains See What Their US Counterparts Face
Jesuitana Exhibit Also Will Include Early Jesuit Guide--Early Spiritual Exercises directory to be featured
NCAA Official Sees Quest for Balance--Universities nationwide want to keep priorities in focus, says Dempsey
Math Institute Helps Schools Implement New Curriculum--Hands-on effort involves 150 teachers in six communities

Photo: Campus School Appreciation

Reflected Glow --BC biologist is protege of recent Nobel Prize winner
Turns On the Century: Politics
Hive and Seek--Graver drew inspiration and themes for her new novel from beekeeping
Shows About Nothing--Philosophy's Hibbs is troubled by nihilism in modern TV and movies


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