The Boston College Chronicle

Feb. 15, 2001 Vol. 9, No.11

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MUNCH COMES TO MCMULLEN-The McMullen Museum of Art hosted a reception on Feb. 4 to celebrate the opening of its new exhibition, "Edvard Munch: Psyche, Symbol and Expression." In the photo, the exhibition's chief curator, Alston Conley (left), talks with Per Arneberg - who was instrumental in helping bring Munch's works to the museum - and his son, Per Arneberg II. See the Calendar section for exhibition dates and times. (Photo by Justin Knight)

Harvard Women's Studies Director to Join University

Author, social economist Juliet Schor to begin teaching this fall

No Winter Blues for BC Cagers and Icemen

Turning to Devotion of the 'Old Times'

Traditional `smells and bells' liturgies finding new life on campus

Griffin Wins MLK Award
Jack Moynihan Is Appointed As Director of Classes and Clubs
Chief Justice to Speak at BCLS--Marshall, first woman to head SJC, will address Law graduates May 25
Mary Daly Ends Suit, Agrees to Retire
Project to Affect Parking, Traffic
Accrediting Agency Grants Associate Membership Status to IREPM
Trustees Set Budget, Tuition Rate for 2001-02
More Society Series Aimed at 'Explaining Catholicism'
Office of Program Management Begins Task of Assessing Productivity at BC
Irish Studies Program Sponsoring Film Series
High Marks for LSOE Program
Committee Appointments Set
Upper Campus Propane Leak Contained

LSOE Freshmen Awarded Teaching Scholarships
A Critique of the Critics--John Mahoney's latest Wordsworth book a new turn on an old favorite
In the Public Interest--Drinan Award winner's service to others has taken her many places
More Welcome Additions to the University Faculty


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