The Boston College Chronicle

Nov. 2, 2000 Vol. 9, No. 5

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Law School Dean John H. Garvey (left) with Sanford Katz, the inaugural holder of the Darald and Juliet Libby Chair in Memory of Michael G. Pierce, SJ. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Boston College Makes Its (Trade)mark

Protecting University's good name an ongoing battle for administrators

Gift Endows First Law Chair

Family law expert Sanford Katz appointed to Libby Chair

University, Atlantic Monthly to Launch Annual Forum

Nov. 14 symposium will spotlight "Challenge of Medical Knowledge"

SONG FOR AUTUMN-Xiao Chu, a doctoral student in Christian ethics, took advantage of last week's Indian summer weather to strum his guitar in the garden next to St. Mary's Hall. Such idyllic scenes gave way to colder temperatures and occasional snow showers, which along with the arrival of earlier sunsets served notice that the official start of winter is six weeks away. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Center for Work and Family Celebrates 10th--Research group holds conference, releases study on employee productivity
University Libraries Join Major Research Association
Long-time English Faculty Member John Sullivan Dies
Mass for Kellyann Resnick on Nov. 13
LSOE, Irish Studies to Spotlight "Divided Societies"
Boisi Center Event to Assess Religion's Role in Campaign
Service Today for Former Burns Archivist Dennis Scott
Kennedy, Payzant Among Speakers at Lynch School Dedication Today
Experts to Mull Urban Ecology
Dedication Tomorrow for Worship Space at 66 Commonwealth Avenue
"Giants of Finance" Series to Host CEO
Armenian Christianization to be Celebrated
BC Celebrates Opening of New Center in Dublin

BC's Man in Athens Is a Hometown Guy --Burns enjoys Greek post, but no, he still hasn't forgiven Roger Clemens
An Election for the Ages?--As Campaign 2000 nears end, BC faculty examine its legacy, good and bad
Sociologist Derber Finds Attention Unhealthy Pursuit--Updated book examines the negative aspects of individualism in society
Coping Close to Home--GSSW's Karen Kayser heading study to help couples deal with breast cancer


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