The Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 16, 2000 Vol. 9, No. 6

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BELIEF AND NON-BELIEF-A capacity crowd watched physician-authors Jerome Groopman and Sherwin Nuland discuss "The Challenge of Medical Knowledge" Tuesday night at Boston's Copley Theater. BC and the Atlantic Monthly sponsored the event, the nation's first annual symposium on belief and non-belief in American culture. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

A Major Change in Enrollment

University curriculum meets challenge as new fields attract students

LSOE Partnership with Boston Schools to Include Mentoring, Technology Programs

Lessons Learned from Election 2000

Assoc. Prof. Michael Connolly (Slavic and Eastern Languages) assisted as deacon at a Mass in the Armenian Rite performed last Saturday in St. Mary's Chapel to commemorate the 1,700th anniversary of the Christianization of Armenia. Connolly, whose interests and activities literally span the ages, is profiled in this week's issue. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

BC Police Win Awards in Design
Ceremony Honors BC Vets
Conference to Fete the "Dean of Boston History"
Law School Hosts Jane Jacobs Nov. 18
Cardinal Discusses Need for Dialogue During BC Visit
Lynch School Is Formally Dedicated
Athletic Teams Earn Berths
University Celebrates New Multi-Faith Worship Space
Elections Committee Seeks Nominations
Jesuit Educators Mull Role of Social Justice at Conference

CSOM, Sociology Foster Leadership for Change
A Man of Many Words--Michael Connolly's interests range from translating ancient texts to state-of-the-art computer technology


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