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Week of 10 September 1999

Vol. III, No. 5

News & Features

Stump Tower

Stump Tower

This brass relief over the Tsai Performance Center's exterior door got a good buffing this summer, making it easier to see the detail of the Boston Stump, the spiritual ancestor of Charles River Campus architecture. The Stump is the nickname of the tower of Saint Botolph Church in Boston, England. BU's original master plan featured a Stump-inspired administration tower at the center of the campus, but the plan proved to be unfeasible. Photo by Kalman Zabarsky

Igniting creative sparks in an inner-city high school

Chautauqua to highlight new Web technology

Bike officers a visible force on campus

Devote yourself to your dreams, Westling tells freshmen

Filmmakers shooting for online hit with indie comedy

Down from the attics, up from the ashes
Murdered and scattered, the Jews of Poland are recollected in photographs

As URC director, Leila Saad promotes programs to foster spirit of community

For Klein, life in dean's office is more than a balancing act

BU bladers to benefit Leukemia Society