Boston College - centered tower banner


December 22, 1999

Offices to Close for Christmas, New Year's Breaks

December 22, 1999

BC to Require Disclosure on Logo-Bearing Products

December 17, 1999

MBA Students Compete in Business Plan Contest

Musical Production of "Mahalia" to be Presented on Jan. 27

December 13, 1999

Baccalaureate Mass to be Celebrated Friday

December 9, 1999

June G. Hopps to Step Down After 24 Years as GSSW Dean

Secretarial Open House Slated for Dec. 14

December 8, 1999

NCAA Certifies Athletics Program

December 6, 1999

Trustees Approve Project Funds, Hear Campaign Update

December 2, 1999

El Salvador Martyrs Recalled at Campus Event

December 1, 1999

Charles Toomey, SJ, Former Intown College Dean and Philosophy Faculty Member, Dies

November 23, 1999

New Center to Support Alternative Care for Elderly, Disabled

November 19, 1999

Fr. Leahy Issues Statement on Ex Corde

November 16, 1999

University Affiliates Program is Launched

November 16, 1999

Gerry Adams Visit Cancelled

November 11, 1999

Horton is Named Assistant VP for Student Affairs

November 10, 1999

University Launches $400 Million Capital Campaign, Its Largest Ever

November 3, 1999

Irish Music Center Begins Work in New Quarters

October 28, 1999

Exhibit to Mark 400th Anniversary of Ratio Studiorum

October 25, 1999

Harris, Mitchell Win Community Service Awards

Hawthorne String Quartet to Perform Wednesday

October 22, 1999

SWRI Study Says Charities Will Benefit From Vast Wealth Transfer

October 19, 1999

Mathematics Institute Helps Schools Implement New Curriculum

October 14, 1999

Program Aims to Boost Careers of AHANA Staff

NCAA Official to Address Collegiate Athletics Issues Friday

October 13, 1999

Burns Acquires Correspondence Between Graham Greene, Soviet Spy

October 12, 1999

Law School Celebrates First 70 Years

October 7, 1999

New Labyrinth to be Dedicated Today

October 5, 1999

Trustees Elect Clough Chairman

October 4, 1999

Muskavitch Named First DeLuca Professor of Biology

September 30, 1999

Burns Library Acquires Yeats Materials

BC in Program to Test New Ways of Handling Lab Waste

Student Parking Banned on Main Campus for Parents' Weekend

September 29, 1999

Spagnoli is Named Faculty Representative to Athletics

September 27, 1999

"Tip" O'Neill Exhibit Opens

September 24, 1999

BC to Host AHANA Retention Conference

September 22, 1999

Freshman Class Said to be Strongest in BC History

September 21, 1999

Professor's Documentary on Balkan Conflict to Premiere

September 17, 1999

St. Ignatius Gate Closed Monday for Repaving Work

September 10, 1999

Annual Mass of the Holy Spirit Slated for Sunday

LSOE Heads Massachusetts Teacher-Education Coalition

September 9, 1999

Chemist Kelly Develops Molecular-Scale Motor

Full Power Restored to Main Campus

September 8, 1999

Electricity Conservation Urged on Main Campus as Power Company Fixes Cables

September 7, 1999

Benefit to Aid Employee Dealing With Son's Illness

September 3, 1999

Fr. Leahy Outlines Priorities at Convocation

O'Connor Named University Historian

Strict Parking Enforcement Begins Tuesday

September 2, 1999

$5M Gift Helps LSOE Establish Outreach Program in Allston-Brighton Schools

Aug. 31, 1999

BC Joins Effort to Study Collegiate-Apparel Factory Conditions

Campus Parking Ban in Effect for Saturday Football Game

Aug. 27, 1999

Circulation of Bapst Art Books Suspended

Aug. 26, 1999

Campus Parking Restricted Friday Through Sunday

Sponsored Research Hit Record Levels in FY 1999

Aug. 24, 1999

Sponsored Research Hit Record Levels in FY 1999

Aug. 11, 1999

Trustee McNeice Gives $5 Million to Fund Retreat and Volunteer Programs

Aug. 9, 1999

Largest Bequest in BC History Will Benefit Physics, Chemistry

Aug. 6, 1999

Neuhauser Appointed Academic Vice President

Aug. 4, 1999

Traffic Advisory for August 9-10

July 22, 1999

GSSW Faculty Rated Among Most Productive

Lewis Named Associate VP for Human Resources

July 21, 1999

Web-based Health Project for BC Community Expands Focus

July 15, 1999

Irish Institute Hosts Program for Middle East and North African Educators

July 12, 1999

Site Clearing Work Underway on Lower Campus

July 7, 1999

Low-tech Tests Shortchange High-tech Students, According to Study

July 2, 1999

CEO Club of Boston Named Nation's Top Speaking Forum

June 29, 1999

Third Gaelic Roots Festival Draws Raves

June 21, 1999

Quinn Named Next A&S Dean

BC Libraries to Share Resources With Belfast's Linen Library

June 7, 1999

Hughes Named Harassment Counselor

June 2, 1999

Dining Service Manager Mark Stuhl Dies

May 28, 1999

BC, Newton, Community Group Reach Agreement on Soccer Fields

May 27, 1999

Sponsored Research Funding Reaches New Level

May 24, 1999

Graduates Hear Update on World Events at Commencement Exercises

Summer Parking Restricted in St. Ignatius Lot as Gate is Redesigned

May 19, 1999

Doug Flutie to Sign Copies of His Autobiography at the Bookstore on Saturday

May 14, 1999

Office Holidays for 1999-2000 Announced

May 13, 1999

Report Details BC Community Outreach

May 12, 1999

Sen. Kerry to Address Law School Graduates

No Parking in St. Ignatius Lot on Thursday and Friday

May 11, 1999

Sophomore Dies Following Car Accident

May 7, 1999

New Center to Examine Religion's Role in Public Issues

Prompt Response Limits Damage in Ignacio Hall Fire

May 4, 1999

Fr. Helmick Recounts Mission to Free American POWs

May 3, 1999

Gasson Bells to Toll Tuesday for Littleton Victims

April 29, 1999

Major Fellowship Success Continues

April 28, 1999

Boston Herald Columnist Says Her BC Visit Prompted Reflection on Colorado Tragedy

April 27, 1999

Cabinet Secretary, Nobel Laureate Among Those to be Honored at Commencement

April 21, 1999

BC Volunteers Help Provide Basic Groceries to Young, Need Families in Brighton

April 15, 1999

BC Among 100 'Most Wired' Colleges and Universities

Curtin Center for Public Interest Law Dedicated

April 14, 1999

Student Sharif Moustafa Dies

Seniors Named First Winners of Moakley International Service Award

April 12, 1999

Open Meeting On NCAA Re-Certification Is April 13

April 8, 1999

University Names Garvey As Law School Dean

April 8, 1999

Boston College To Open Center In Ireland

April 1, 1999

First Annual Campus Arts Festival to Feature Music, Poetry, Dance, Visual Art

March 30, 1999

Channel 5's "Chronicle" to Highlight Work of New England Jesuits

March 26, 1999

Rise in Visiting Fulbrights Mirrors BC's Growing International Presence

March 25, 1999

Student Volunteers Help Prepare Hundreds of Returns During Tax Season

March 23, 1999

Appalachia Volunteers to be Featured on Channel 5's "Chronicle" Wednesday

March 19, 1999

Hume Says Northern Ireland Will Overcome Obstacles to Peace

Students Invited to March 25 Career Night

March 16, 1999

New York Stock Exchange Head to be Honored at BC Tribute Dinner

March 10, 1999

Middle Campus Case Now in Judge's Hands

Romero Scholarship Reception Slated for March 27

March 4, 1999

John Hume to Speak on Campus March 18

March 1, 1999

Promotions Announced for 17 Faculty Members

February 25, 1999

Storm Affects Overnight Parking, Film Screening Canceled

February 24, 1999

Ian Paisley Jr. to Discuss Irish Peace Accord Thursday in Burns Library

February 23, 1999

HVAC Mechanic Antoun Ghantous Dies

February 17, 1999

SOE to be Named for Peter and Carolyn Lynch Following Their Record Gift of More Than $10 Million

February 16, 1999

Irish Official O'Rourke to Speak at Laetare Sunday Event

February 12, 1999

Mail Service Expands Hours Through Feb. 20

February 10, 1999

Speaker Urges MLK Banquet Guests to Battle Poverty, Injustice

February 8, 1999

Trustees Set Budget, Tuition; Discuss Admission Trends

Student Affairs VP Duffy Offers Updates on E-mail Incident, Diversity Initiatives

February 5, 1999

Memorial Service for BCPD Sgt. Edward Keady Slated for Feb. 12

February 4, 1999

Burns Acquires 30,000 Books From French Jesuits

February 3, 1999

Boston Minister to Address MLK Banquet

February 2, 1999

Prof. Emeritus Samuel Miller Dies

February 1, 1999

No Parking in Cushing Lot Feb. 3-5

January 26, 1999

BC Sociologist Named to Newton Commission for Women

January 22, 1999

Middle Campus Water Main Break Repaired

January 21, 1999

Middle Campus Water Main Break Not Expected to Affect Operations

January 20, 1999

Fr. Leahy Discusses Ex Corde and Boston College

New Law School Wing Opens for Classes

Sgt. Edward Keady, 19-year Veteran of BCPD, Dies

January 14, 1999

'98 Alumnus is First BC Student in 31 Years to Win Marshall Scholarship

January 12, 1999

Three BCPD Members Earn Honors

January 7, 1999

Frs. Leahy, Appleyard Lead Prayer Service at Cellucci Inauguration

January 5, 1999

Employees, Students Made Holidays Happier for Hundreds of Local Children

Back to Latest News From Boston College | Public Affairs Home Page

Copyright 1998 - The Trustees of Boston College
This page provided by the Office of Public Affairs