The Boston College Chronicle

Sept. 8, 2000 Vol. 9, No.1

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A DAY TO LABOR--Juniors Drew Lavallee (left) and Brody Stevens pause in the midst of hauling gear into their new accommodations at 90 More Rd., assisted by Lavallee's brother Daniel (right). They joined the thousands of other BC students who moved into campus and off-campus housing over Labor Day weekend, ushering in the new academic year. (Photo by Bill McCormack)

A Look Toward the Future

Changes in leadership, need to affirm Catholic identity highlight talks

Colleagues Rally Behind B&G Carpenter

Mass of the Holy Spirit This Sunday

Quinn Has Settled Into Dean's Chair

BC Dining Services Earns Award for Diversity Programs
Peters Appointed CSOM Dean
Summer Saw Other Transitions at BC
University's Irish Programs Taking New Direction--Irish Studies and Irish Institute to undergo administrative changes; Dublin center to open
Warner Steps Down as InfoTech VP--Spang, Corcoran named to oversee department's operations
University Unveils New Athletics Logo
Funeral Held for Fr. MacGillivray
US News Survey Indicates Gains in Key Areas for BC
Fall Humanities Series Begins Sept. 28
Fr. Buckley Receives Award
Construction of Lower Campus Fence Seen As Safety Measure

Museum Plans Special Events
The List Goes On...and On--Fr. Neenan's annual survey of good books finds a new audience
Of Greene and Graver: This Year's "Dean's List"
Remembering "Sir Alec"

Computer or No. 2 Pencil? LSOE Study Says the Difference Can Affect Test Scores


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