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This page contains an index of news items posted by the Office of Public Affairs on the Boston College InfoEagle home page during 1996. Most of the stories have since been updated in the Boston College Chronicle and are linked accordingly.

1996 NEWS

University Offices to be Closed Christmas Week-- December 20, 1996

McGuinness Named Harassment Counselor-- December 19, 1996

UVa. Assistant Named Head Football Coach-- December 16, 1996

John Guerin, BC Security Officer, Dies-- December 16, 1996

BC to Award Community Grants in Allston/Brighton-- December 10, 1996

Trustees Gain Insight Into Faculty Members' Work-- December 9, 1996

SWRI Research Into Chartiable Giving Gains $400k Grant-- December 6, 1996

UMass Administrator Named IT Director-- December 6, 1996

SON Prof. Malek Dies--November 26, 1996

Football Coach Henning Steps Down--November 26, 1996

Fr. Leahy Meets With Campus Groups to Address Role of Athletics at BC--November 25, 1996

Study Finds Singapore Students Are World's Best in Math and Science--November 20, 1996

E-Mail Service Improving as BC Makes Switch to New System--November 20, 1996

Math and Science Achievement Results to be Announced at Press Conference Tomorrow--November 19, 1996

Project Delta Summary Issued to All Offices--November 13, 1996

Cassidy Named Administrative Dean at the Law School--November 12, 1996

President Leahy Letter to Community Addresses Football Suspensions--November 7, 1996

13 Football Players Suspended, D.A. Says No Games Were Affected--November 6, 1996

Boston College Statement Updating Review of Rumors and Allegations of Gambling Activity--November 5, 1996

Statement From Boston College Regarding Rumors of Gambling Activity by Boston College Football Players--November 4, 1996

Computer Virus Warning Issued--October 30, 1996

BC Appeals Middle Campus Decision--October 24, 1996

Aldermen Reject Middle Campus Proposal--October 22, 1996

Fr. Leahy Inaugurated as Boston College's 25th President--October 18, 1996

Panelists: Catholic Higher Education Has Much to Offer Society--October 18, 1996

Fr. Leahy to be Installed as Boston College's 25th President--October 18, 1996

Inauguration Festivities Begin With Mass of the Holy Spirit--October 17, 1996

Inauguration of Fr. Leahy Begins Today--October 17, 1996

Health Services to Offer Employees Free Flu Shots--October 15, 1996

Fr. Monan Named Iterim President of AJCU--October 11, 1996

Tresch is Named Massachusetts Teacher of the Year for 1996--October 10, 1996

Center for Irish Management Gains $1 Million Federal Grant--October 9, 1996

Newton Aldermen Delay Vote on Middle Campus Project--October 8, 1996

Irish President Lauds BC's Efforts in Irish Studies--October 7, 1996

CSOM Forms Alliance With Arthur D. Little School of Management--October 3, 1996

Irish President to Visit BC Monday--October 2, 1996

Newton Land Use Committee Approves Middle Campus Project--October 2, 1996

Trustees Mark Leadership Change--September 30, 1996

Burns Library Acquires Jesuitana, Rex Stout Materials--September 26, 1996

Hopps Chairs Spelman College Search Committee--September 23, 1996

Liturgical Dance Ensemble Named BC's Dance Company in Residence-- September 20, 1996

Rep. Kennedy Announces Bill to Curb Alcohol Abuse on College Campuses--September 17, 1996

Fr. Dziak Named Athletic Association Chaplain--September 17, 1996

Rep. Kennedy to Hold Press Conference at BC on Monday--September 13, 1996

US News ranks BC, CSOM Among Nation's Top 40--September 12, 1996

BC Obtains License for Football Games-- September 11, 1996

Newton Aldermen to Consider Middle Campus Proposal--September 5, 1996

Long-time Faculty Mmeber Francis P. Sullivan, SJ, Dies--September 5, 1996

BCPD Foils Alleged Would-be Bandits--September 5, 1996

Voice Mail Messages Now Available Via Netscape--September 5, 1996

Campanella Says Delta is Progressing--September 5, 1996

Fr. Leahy Makes First Address to BC Faculty--September 5, 1996

McMullem Museum to Present Major Exhibit of Romantic Artist J.M.W. Turner's Work--August 21, 1996

United Way Honors BC as a Leading Donor Institution--August 13

Hume Accepts Visiting Professorship--July 24

Inaugural Monan Professors Are Named--July 23

First Amanda V. Houston Traveling Fellow Readies for Trip to Egypt--July 18

Summer Institute Trains Foreign Teachers of American History--July 18

Brabeck Named SOE Dean--July 12

Catholic Educators to Convene on Campus Tomorrow--July 10

University Hosts National Association for Women in Catholic Higher Education Symposium July 12 and 13--July 8

Neighborhood Fund supports 16 Allston/Brighton Programs--June 27

UAPC Report Complete; Implementation Effort to Begin--June 26

BC's Newton Residents Urged to Attend Middle Campus Project Meeting on Thursday--June 25

Timothy Burke New Head of Neighborhood Center--June 21

Theologian Cahill Elected To American Academy of Arts and Sciences--June 18

CSOM Appoints McClellan Graduate Dean--June 18

Art Museum Receives New Name--June 11

Gasson Artist Completes Work -- 60 Years Later--June 11

University hosts "Conference on Prospects for a Global Economy"--June 3

  • Reich, Rubin outline strategies for US competitiveness in keynote addresses at conference
  • Financial experts discuss economic anxiety, market stability and the impact of global telecommunications during conference


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