The Boston College Chronicle

Oct. 5, 2000 Vol. 9, No. 3

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MEET THE CONDUCTOR-Legendary composer and Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra conductor John Williams greets Pops on the Heights Scholars (L-R) Melissa Carubia, '02, Kristin Brandt, '01, Elizabeth Furbish, '04, Claudia Miranda, '03, Andrew Poston, '02, and Alicia Corbosiero, '04, prior to the Sept. 22 Pops on the Heights concert in Conte Forum. The annual event, which included performances by the US Naval Academy Glee Club and Broadway star Ron Raines, raised $1.3 million for the Pops on the Heights Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Fay Foto)

LSOE Program to Focus on Ethics

School forms partnership with Facing History and Ourselves organization

An Officer and a Gentleman

Walter Durrane's 28 years at BC just one part of a fascinating life

O'Connor Is BC's Man About Town

From A-Z, historian's latest book celebrates life and times of Boston

New Burns Exhibition Will Be Most Ambitious In Its History

Burgess Joins Two Major Councils
Trustees Elect New Members, Discuss Encouraging Trends
Conference on Justice and Education Will be Webcast
Alumna to Offer Impressions of Columbine Tragedy
United Way Campus Drive Begins Oct. 20
Affiliates Program Seeking Candidates
Ministry Director Fr. Erps to Make Guest Appearance on Oct. 19 "ER"
International Symposium Held to Honor Law's Ault
First Dalsimer Fellowship Awarded

Giving Thanks for "Betty"--Ceremony, scholarship to honor longtime employee Strain
Show to Feature Russian Art
A Riddle of Art and Identity--Shrayer explores Russian poet Eduard Bagritskii's curious and tragic life
Dusting Off an Hypothesis--BC geologist Harrison's discovery may alter view on global warming


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