The Boston College Chronicle


March 29, 2001 Vol. 9, No.14

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LAETARE SUNDAY-University President William P. Leahy, SJ, holds Christina Daniels while her mother, Patti Campanella-Daniels, and grandfather, Executive Vice President Frank Campanella, look on during this past weekend's Laetare Sunday event. The retiring Campanella, who was the featured speaker at the Laetare Sunday alumni breakfast, will be honored for his years of service to Boston College by Fr. Leahy and the University's vice presidents on April 17 in Robsham Theater. (Photo by Justin Knight)

New Perspectives on the Biotechnology Debate

Visiting sociologists add to BC's scholarship in bioethical issues


Hockey Team Makes 'Frozen Four' Again


Eagles' Unlikely Dream Season Also a Triumph for Skinner

BC's even-keeled hoops mentor was `the perfect personality' for the job






Film Program Joins University--Aspiring filmmakers will receive support for projects depicting social justice issues
University Preparing to Centralize Health Services, Renovate Cushing Hall Infirmary
O'Toole to Discuss Northern Ireland Police Reform Effort
NFL Commissioner Tagliabue Will Visit BC Law School
Waul House Dedication Is April 3
Five Are In Running for Romero Scholarship Award
Japanese-American's Legal Battle Recalled
Houston Award Ceremony April 3
New Twist on Old Tale for Burns
UGBC Selects Mahoney for Bald Eagle Award
Farley Recalled by Fellow Students As 'A Special Person'
BCPD Officers Presented with Life Saving Awards--Casey and Murphy cited for heroism during Upper Campus dorm fire
Calderwood Chair to Host 'Imagining Jerusalem'
Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner Set for April 19



Photo: Now HEAR This


Photo: Lending An Ear

Nothing Run-of-the-Mill About This Champion--Her junior high coach had no use for her, but BC's Smith has always stayed on track
Of 'War and Peace' and Music--Lee asks audience to lend more than an ear for his new symphony

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