Author James Carroll speaks today
The Theology Department and the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning will host a conversation with award-winning author and Boston Globe columnist James Carroll today from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in Devlin 008.
Also participating in the discussion, titled "The Church and the Jews," will be Theology faculty associate professors Fr. Robert Imbelli and Rabbi Ruth Langer and Center for Christian-Jewish Learning Executive Director Phillip Cunningham.
Carroll has written nine novels and the memoir An American Requiem, which won the National Book Award. His most recent work is the best-selling Constantine's Sword: The Church and the Jews.
For more information, call the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at ext.2-6027.
BC Remembrance Service is April 30
The Boston College Campus Ministry will hold a Service of Remembrance on Monday, April 30, at 5:15 p.m. in Gasson 100 for family, friends and colleagues who have died during the 2000-01 academic year.
The names of those who have died will be inscribed in Boston College's Book of Remembrance.
CSOM sophomores hold competition
The Carroll School of Management hosted its first-ever Sophomore Business Plan competition this past Saturday.
Five teams of students were assigned to identify a viable concept and prepare a business plan for a new product or service with the intent of seeking investors to help finance the new venture. The projects included an information technology and management consulting firm, a campus event photography service and an innovative personal digital assistant.
Teams presented their projects to a panel of judges that included CSOM faculty and graduate students as well as representatives of Timberland Co. and Dietel & Associates, Inc., a corporate training and publishing organization.
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