The Boston College Chronicle

July 26, 2001 Vol. 9, No.19

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An Arrival and a Departure in Administration

Patrick J. Keating

Internet education firm executive Keating to succeed Campanella

W. Paul White

White stepping down as associate VP for state and community relations

Summer Events Usher In BC's Intersections Project

JIGS AND REELS AL FRESCO--Musicians gather on the lawn in front of Lyons Hall for some informal playing during last month's Gaelic Roots festival. The annual celebration of Gaelic music and dance drew visitors from the US and abroad, bringing with them fiddles, accordians, pennywhistles, flutes, dancing shoes and many other things for a week of concerts, workshops and special events. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini) Click here to see a larger version of the image.

Trustees OK Funds for More Upper Campus Renovations--Progress in academics, fundraising reported at board's summer meeting
July Conferences Examine Catholic Education Trends
Fr. Nash, Former Junior Year Abroad Director, Dies at 82
Funeral Held for CSOM's Zappala
Administrators Confident on Construction Timetable
BC Joins Effort to Improve Financial Aid
University to Host 75th Anniversary of New England Province July 29-31

Historian Larry Wolff Earns Teaching Award
A Long Healing Process--Murder victims' families describe their struggle to rebuild lives


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