Bostonia is published in print three times a year and updated weekly on the web.
LAW alum Steven Wise has spent 30 years arguing that chimpanzees should have the rights of persons
Fake and substandard drugs endanger hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Two BU professors and an alum are doing something about it.
Winners of the Global Programs ﬁfth annual international photo contest Gallery
Ashley Farmer brings to light stories of unsung African American heroines
In Killers of the Flower Moon, David Grann unearths dark days in the nation’s history
Physicists uncover secrets of H. pylori bacteria
View All Stories
July 18, 2017
MED’s Gustavo Mostoslavsky invented tool facilitating cell production
July 14, 2017
Athletes will be honored at November ceremony
July 11, 2017
CAS alum offers ancient wisdom to those in need
July 10, 2017
ENG’s Greg Blonder: advice for your party prep
July 7, 2017
Scholar’s book on the Middle East impressed critics and world leaders
July 6, 2017
More than two dozen projects: renovations, upgrades, new arts building
View All News
CAS professor and students participate in Street Pianos Boston 2016
The role is musically difficult, physically grueling, and politically sensitive. Operatic bass Morris Robinson is all in.
Alums, dignitaries celebrate famed summer high school music program
UROP project aims for something that sounds like the real thing
Jazzman Jimmy Greene celebrates daughter Ana, Sandy Hook victim
This year’s honorees hail from Iran, Chile, and Arkansas
Student composers begin to make their mark
An evening of opera magic and romance
Singer-songwriter’s band showcases her soulful, catchy tunes
Then, music inspired and united a movement. Now, we need to sing more than ever.