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BCM: Summer 2004
 

LINDEN LANE

 

. For a song:
  . Ellis Paul's six-step program
. All business:
  . CSOM selects a dean
. Station master:
  . Estefania Alves's signal has been heard round the world
. Ears of the heart:
  . A poem by Robert Cording. With video
. Bar mode:
  . Steve Almond's chocolate vision quest
. Extra, extra:
  . News from and about BC's student newspaper
. Fine print:
  . How many letters fit on a hair?
. Around the water cooler:
    43 acres gives campus something to talk about
. First team:
  . Before the Big East there was the Literary Institute
. One in a million:
  . A reader's guide
. Wired help:
  . Making the world a safer place for Aunt Hermina
. Goodbye to all that:
  . Boston College, the movie
. Clean slate:
    Window treatment
. News briefs
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Women's place

By Elizabeth A. Johnson, CSJ

Two conflicting views guide the Church's position on women, and have from the very beginning. And therein lies hope.



Small wonders

By Jason Reblando '95, Andrew Teed '98

Winners of the 2004 flash fiction contest



In re: Brown

By Charles J. Ogletree, Jr.

The court's decision was simply just. "Deliberate speed" was simply not. With remembrances by Benaree P. Wiley



Overview

A tour of the new Brighton campus


 

SPECIAL SECTION:

THE CHURCH IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Exemplars

   Padraic O'Hare on Rabbi Abraham Joshua
   Heschel
 
   Fr. Robert P. Imbelli on the 18th century's
   Jonathan Edwards
 
   Mary Jo Bane on the activist Ida Wells-Barnett

Old-time religion

   Latino traditions can save the Church in the
   United States
   By Roberto Goizueta

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WORKS AND DAYS

 
 

People's choice:
   China TV's Keith Gallinelli '94, MA'97,
   MBA'01

 
   

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Cover photo: A view to the apple orchard on BC's new campus. Photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert

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