The Boston College Chronicle

Jan. 18, 2001 Vol. 9, No. 9

* * *

PASSING THROUGH-Former Heisman Trophy winner and current Buffalo Bills' quarterback Doug Flutie, '85, autographed 50 copies of his biography, Flutie, that will be sold to benefit the Maurice V. Dullea, SJ, Scholarship fund. Joining Flutie at the Jan. 11 signing in St. Mary's Hall were University Chancellor J. Donald Monan, SJ, and Mark Dullea and Kathy Hogan, nephew and niece of Fr. Dullea, '17, a longtime theology teacher and faculty moderator of athletics at BC who died in 1984. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

InfoTech Leadership Eyes Short, Long-term Changes

With reorganization in place, focus turns to support, Web redesign

A Speech to Remember?

Inaugural address scholar Herbeck will be hanging on every word Jan. 20

Making a New Life at BC

Student Affairs VP is upbeat as she begins second semester

RecPlex Reopens Its Doors
Spring Humanities Series Schedule to Begin Feb. 1--Speakers include LSOE's Brabeck, Elaine Scarry, John Edgar Wideman
Newton Is Appointed as Special Assistant to President
Long-time Faculty Member Robert J. LeBlanc Dies
Former A&S Dean Fr. Willis Dead at 83
DeFilippo Issues Warning to Athletes After Jan. 4 Incident
Peace Corps Honors BC for Contributing Volunteers
Fr. Mormando's The Preacher's Demons Is Cited by Catholic Historical Society
A&S Senior Dies in Car Accident
Historian to Discuss Post-War African American Activism

Photo: Joyce In Miniature

Photo: Special Gifts

New Museum Show Features Edvard Munch
To the Heights of Cuisine--Serving students and staff means a tall order for BCDS's top chef
More Welcome Additions to University Faculty


Return to Chronicle
Home Page