The Boston College Chronicle

Sept. 3, 1999 Vol. 8, No. 1

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Neuhauser Is AVP

Gifts Aid Science, Volunteers

$5M McNeice gift is for student formation
Rourke bequest creates Physics professorship

Wireless Campus
IT Vice President Warner looks forward

MOVING DAY: Senior Erin Matticola (right) was aided by her sister Trisha as she moved into her 70 St. Thomas More Drive residence hall on Saturday. Matticola was among the thousands of students returning to campus for the start of the school year. (Photo by Justin Knight)

Chronicle of Another Color

Fr. Leahy Outlines Priorities
O'Connor Is University Historian--Professor Emeritus to chronicle BC's past
Goggins Leads Alumni Assoc.
LSOE Establishes New Outreach Program--$5 million gift will help team students, faculty with A/B teachers
Barth Award
Student Services in New Quarters
Ignatian Awareness Week
Wilson is Picked as Best Teacher--Honor society taps English prof. for award
Hovey House Restored
BC Researchers Garnered $30.78M in External Funding Last Year
BC Joins Effort to Study Conditions at Collegiate-Logo Apparel Factories
BC Again in US News' Top 40
Bapst Art Books Affected by Mold
Benefit to Aid Library Staffer

Tale of Academic Rags to Riches--Rourke Professor Bedell rose from poverty to career as a leading research physicist
A Bright Idea--Chemists' tiny, glowing beads seen as aid to synthesis of new drugs


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