The Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 19, 2000 Vol. 9, No. 4

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ART OF THE BOOK-Visitors examine some of the rare texts and illuminated manuscripts on display at the Burns Library exhibition, "The Art of the Book from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance: A Journey through 1,000 Years," which opened last week. The exhibition, the most ambitious in the library's history, includes 70 beautifully illuminated manuscripts, miniatures and single leaves ranging from the fifth to the 16th centuries, including a single leaf from a Gutenberg Bible dating to circa 1455. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)

Lilly Grant Funds New Programs

University to launch initiative on student formation, vocation

Cardinal Francis Arinze to Discuss Interreligious Dialogue Oct. 31

Fighting AIDS and Attitudes

Senior finds education a key weapon in Nigeria's battle against disease

Phi Beta Kappa Cites Herbeck
University Events to Offer "Dialogue on Diversity"
Social Security Administration Grant Boosts BC Retirement Center
Three Honored for Service
HR Development Program Announces Fall Schedule
NSF Grant to Aid BC Researchers' Project in Micro-technology
Chemist Lawrence Scott and Colleagues Create "Buckyball" Molecule
SON's Sister Roy Wins Jesuit Book Award
Lynch Dedication Is Nov. 2
CEO Club Kicks Off Luncheon Series

Photo: Dedication

Tecce Keeps His Eye on Presidential Debates
Institute Draws Support from BC Alumni, Neighbors
Connolly House Visitor Roils Irish Political Waters
Nihilism and Popular Culture--Hibbs' class strikes chord with students


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