Will Lautzenheiser (CAS’96, COM’07) lost his arms and legs to a deadly bacteria. Now, transplant surgeons want to give them back.
Three professors don’t just shine in the classroom. Each has a twin passion.
Denise Miller (ENG’10) always wanted to fly. Navy ROTC made it possible. Miller made it happen.
Actor Julianne Moore (CFA'83) talks about where she finds inspiration
In South Africa, researchers help fight the world's biggest war on AIDS
Table Of Contents: Commonwealth
Google’s Eric Schmidt urges graduates to say yes
FitRec boxing instructor John O’Brien practices what he teaches
Performance at Agganis Arena a first
Increasing recognition, but where to gather?
Terrier men’s basketball coach has the game in his blood
Alum, husband talk shop at BU
Report on team culture due this summer
$3 million gift from New Balance helps BU double field capacity, add men’s lacrosse
Undergrad and grad programs recognized
Paul Farmer gives Hubie Jones Lecture
Pursuing a BU trustee’s mission of interdisciplinary research
Three CAS faculty among this year’s recipients
Table Of Contents: Explorations
In swimming pools, tiny droplets can transport bacteria
Archaeologists change the date of earliest man-made fire
Plantibodies may be the newest weapon against HIV
Biologist probes the impact of snow-challenged winters
Children’s books find mischief in the grandstands
Titanic tragedy plays central role in new novel
Meteorologist Bonnie Schneider’s book offers a crash course on surviving natural disasters
A CFA and two COM grads chosen by Hollywood Reporter
Catherine Burns (COM’91), Sarah Austin Jenness (COM’00) are at the helm of the Moth
Jason Sobocinski (MET’07) stars in Cooking Channel show
BU alumni helping alumni