Two BU students get a taste for a career in television.
Physics Professor Cohen takes you to the movies.
Terrier hockey isn’t the only game played on ice around here.
BU grad Steven Mercurio discusses conducting for Sting’s tour.
Professor Rama Bansil demonstrates the importance of science in cooking.
A former U.S. Poet Laureate finds his groove.
Hungry, but trying to stay healthy? Grab a napkin or two and dig in.
Did early humans walk or climb trees?
A 10-day trip to the Galápagos changed Jackie’s life forever
Archaeologist David Carballo looks to the ruins of Teotihuacan to teach us about today’s cities.
Meet Femina Shakes, BU’s all-female Shakespeare troupe.
Start with your talent.
Try juggling two majors, medical research, GRE prep, and volunteer work.
BU students volunteering in troubled areas across the country.
The days of a film major and stage performer are filled with song and dance.
Seniors discuss their final year as CFA students.
A professor investigates 19th-century crime scene techniques.
Students examine rising waters and climate change in “The Floating City.”
Alum Sedrick Huckaby’s art is all about paint, lots of it.
Students share thoughts about the personalities of their residences.
New practice spaces transform the way musicians hear themselves.
Show your school spirit and learn what it takes to become a member.
120 BU students make a LipDub video of two Jackson 5 songs.
How a love of bungee jumping turned into an amazing internship.
BU students talk straight to high schoolers.
Not sure about your major? Join the club.
A CFA student hops the pond to study classical music.
On deadline, students crank out a live half-hour newscast.
Students deliver 100,000 lbs of food a year for food pantries.
Politics is anything but local for one BU student.
Take an interactive tour of our 33 Agannis Way residence.
When your family moves from Ohio to Tokyo, what do you do? Take Japanese!
A former gymnast takes the plunge and returns to her old sport.
Cheap, delicious, 98% fat free. We’re talking kangaroo burgers.
She excels at neurobehavioral research and Irish step dancing.
Living in Quito allowed Bailey to not only improve upon her Spanish but gain a second family as well.
The co-ed a cappella group, Treblemakers, performs “Shark in the Water.”
Terrier icewomen net Canadian gold medalists and national team member.
Rhett visits Warren Towers for the annual Iron Chef BU event.
One student does more than pour coffee for an Aussie TV show.
A backyard pastime gets serious at BU.
A student travels to Argentina to research her favorite author.
Questrom’s Core is all business. And that’s a good thing.
170 student organizations and a puppet in a helmet. This is gonna be good.
An intern in London tries to find time for some sightseeing.
Students learn to master the flow arts.
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