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News :: Education
Who Rules Boston's "Condi Rice College"?
28 May 2006
Although Boston's "Condi Rice College" claims to be a religiously-oriented, moral university, it actually is controlled by a board of trustees which is dominated by members of the Militaristic U.S. Corporate Establishment.
The following corporate-oriented folks have apparently been sitting on the board of trustees of Boston College in recent years:

Gregory P. Barber
Gregory P. Barber & Associates, Inc.

Peter W. Bell
Managing Director
YankeeTek Ventures

Geoffrey T. Boisi
J. P. Morgan Chase & Co.

Patrick Carney
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Claremont Companies

Darcel D. Clark
Judge of the Criminal Court
City of New York

John M. Connors, Jr.
Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Inc.

Kathleen A. Corbet
Standard and Poor’s

Joseph E. Corcoran
Corcoran Jennison Companies

Robert F. Cotter
President and Chief Operating Officer
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.

Robert M. Devlin
Curragh Capital Partners

Francis A. Doyle
President and Chief Executive Officer
Connell Limited Partnership

Cynthia Lee Egan
Executive Vice President
Fidelity Management Research Corporation

Mario J. Gabelli
Chairman and Chief Investment Officer
Gabelli Asset Management

Susan McManama Gianinno
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Publicis USA

Mary J. Steele Guilfoile
MG Advisors, Inc.

Paul F. Harman, S.J.
Boston College Jesuit Community

Daniel J. Harrington, S.J.
Professor of New Testament
Weston Jesuit School of Theology

John L. Harrington
Trustee and Executive Director
Yawkey Foundation

Edmund F. Kelly
Chairman, President, and
Chief Executive Officer
Liberty Mutual Group

Robert K. Kraft
The Kraft Group

Robert B. Lawton, S.J.
Loyola Marymount University

William P. Leahy, S.J.
Boston College

Peter S. Lynch
Vice Chairman
Fidelity Management & Research Company

Peter K. Markell
Vice President of Finance
Partners HealthCare

Kathleen M. McGillycuddy

Robert J. Morrissey
Morrissey, Hawkins & Lynch

John P. Murray, S.J.

R. Michael Murray, Jr.
Member, McKinsey Advisory Committee
McKinsey & Company, Inc.

Therese E. Myers
Chief Executive Officer
Bouquet Multimedia, LLC

Edward M. O’Flaherty, S.J.
Director, Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs
Archdiocese of Boston

Thomas P. O’Neill III
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
O’Neill and Associates

Brian G. Paulson, S.J.
St. Ignatius College Prep

Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.
University of Scranton

Sally Engelhard Pingree
Director and Vice Chairman
Engelhard Hanovia, Inc.

Paula D. Polito
Senior Vice President
Merrill Lynch

R. Robert Popeo
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris,
Glovsky & Popeo, P.C.

John J. Powers
Managing Director
Goldman Sachs & Company

Michael F. Price
Managing Partner
MFP Investors, LLC

Pierre-Richard Prosper
U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes

Rev. Nicholas A. Sannella

Randall P. Seidl
Chief Executive Officer
Permabit, Inc.

Marianne D. Short
Dorsey & Whitney, LLP

Patrick T. Stokes
President and Chief Executive Officer
Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.

Richard F. Syron
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Freddie Mac

Solomon D. Trujillo

Jeffrey P. von Arx, S.J.
Dean of Fordham College at Rose Hill
Fordham University

Trustee Associates

Mary Jane Vouté Arrigoni

Casey C. Beaumier, S.J.
Weston Jesuit School of Theology

Wayne A. Budd
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
John Hancock Financial Services, Inc.

Denis H. Carroll
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
CRL Industries, Inc.

James F. Cleary
Advisory Director
UBS PaineWebber, Inc.

Charles I. Clough, Jr.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Clough Capital Partners

Christopher S. Collins, S.J.
Weston Jesuit School of Theology

John M. Corcoran
John M. Corcoran & Company

John F. Cunningham
Cunningham and Company

Brian E. Daley, S.J.
Professor, Department of Theology
University of Notre Dame

Michael A. Fahey, S.J.
Professor, Department of Theology
Editor, Theological Studies
Marquette University

Emilia M. Fanjul

John F. Farrell, Jr.
Automatic Service Company

Yen-Tsai Feng
Roy E. Larsen Librarian (retired)
Harvard College

Charles D. Ferris
Senior Partner
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris,
Glovsky & Popeo, P.C.

Thomas J. Flanagan
The Flanagan Group

Thomas J. Flatley
The Flatley Company

Thomas J. Galligan, Jr.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (retired)
Boston Edison Company

John J. Higgins, S.J.
Rector of the Jesuit Community
Fairfield University

Richard T. Horan
Hughes Oil Company

George W. Hunt, S.J.
Director, Archbishop Hughes Institute
Fordham University

Richard A. Jalkut
President and Chief Executive Officer
TelePacific Communications

Anne P. Jones

Michael D. Jones
Executive Vice President and
Chief Administrative Officer
National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc.

Mark A. Kramer, S.J.
Weston Jesuit School of Theology

Judith B. Krauss
Professor of Nursing and Master
Silliman College, Yale University

Francis C. Mackin, S.J.
Pastoral Ministry
Boston College

John J. McMullen

Catherine T. McNamee, C.S.J.
Universidad Catolica del Maule

John A. McNiece, Jr.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (retired)
The Colonial Group, Inc.

Robert A. Mitchell, S.J.
America House

Giles E. Mosher, Jr.
Vice Chairman (Emeritus)

Robert J. Murray
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (retired)
New England Business Service, Inc.

Kevin F. O’Brien, S.J.
Weston Jesuit School of Theology

Thomas D. O’Malley
Premcor, Inc.

Cornelius W. Owens
Executive Vice President (retired)

Nicholas S. Rashford, S.J.
St. Joseph’s University

Thomas J. Rattigan

E. Paul Robsham

Thomas F. Ryan, Jr.
Private Investor (retired)

John J. Shea, S.J.
Vice President for University Ministries
University of Scranton

Sylvia Q. Simmons
President (retired)
American Student Assistance Corp.

Robert L. Sullivan
International Practice Director (retired)
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company

John S. Thiede, S.J.
Instructor of Theology
Creighton University

Sandra J. Thomson, M.D.

Salvatore J. Trani
Garban Corporates, LLC

Thomas A. Vanderslice

Vincent A. Wasik
MCG Global, LLC

Benaree P. Wiley
President and Chief Executive Officer
The Partnership, Inc.

Blenda J. Wilson
President and Chief Executive Officer
Nellie Mae Education Foundation

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Re: Who Rules Boston's "Condi Rice College"?
29 May 2006
I did not post the sick posting above about pedophile priests. The pedophiles were at parish churches and second rate parochial schools. Practically none were Jesuits, the most intellectual Catholic order. BC had nothing to do with the pedophile business.

The fake Bemused thus slanders BC, Jesuits, the Catholic Church. He does not slander his own incapacity to write an original sentence that might contain a grain of truth however.
02 Jun 2006
You people are a bunch of RACISTS and SEXISTS ! You hate to see a sister rise to the top. You are all just sniveling privileged white college kids with no real job living off of mommy and daddy's trust funds. You need to get some sense of reality.
Re: Who Rules Boston's "Condi Rice College"?
02 Jun 2006
Yeah, that's it...we can't stand to see a woman do a man's job of facilitating the murders of countless lives. Or maybe it could have something to do with the fact that we just plain dislike the idea of ANYONE facilitating the murders of countless lives in general. If they invited George Bush (rich, white, college boy living off of mommy and daddy's money and reputations) there would be the same (probably more fierce) of a reaction.
Re: Who Rules Boston's "Condi Rice College"?
02 Jun 2006
Did you protest Clinton's culpability in the deaths of countless thousands in Mogadisho, Colombia, Iraq, Bosnia, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Sudan, and Haiti?
Re: Who Rules Boston's "Condi Rice College"?
02 Jun 2006
Well, the "protest" at BC was extremely weak. Looks like there were far more who applauded condi than "protested." I woyld say that the odds were about 20 for condi for each 1 against.