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At BU she was a track star and an opera singer. Now, Uzo Aduba is an Emmy Award-winning actress in Orange Is the New Black.
Director of the National Institute of Mental Health Thomas Insel thinks researchers have neglected a potential wellspring of solutions: neuroscience Video
Venice’s battle against a sea swelled by climate change is a model for other cities, and the topic of a BU course Video
An art historian and her students create an interactive guide to the work of the master painter
A series of small studies in Ghana may spark big changes in that country’s response to HIV Gallery
An archaeologist becomes a guardian of Turkey’s past, and future
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January 29, 2015
MED study: NFL vets starting football under age 12 at increased cognitive impairment risk
January 26, 2015
Normalized diplomatic relations a vital first step, BU expert says
January 23, 2015
Respass seeks to boost profile, forge partnerships
Two-time Olympic gold medalist has her eyes set on Hockey East, Beanpot, NCAA titles
January 22, 2015
At BU, students agree to disagree respectfully on a hot topic
CAS prof on why Catholic exorcisms are spiking
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Alum Steven Mercurio helps Sting bring his pop music to worldwide audiences
Dan Charnas tracks the hip-hop industry, from 1968 to 2008
Bring freshness and irreverence to Jewish studies
From Boston prosecutor to Hollywood writer and back
Sheldon Toplitt (COM’76) is an attorney, a BU College of Communication lecturer in media law, and the principal of the Write Lawyer. He blogs about media law, pop culture, and stuff that pleases or annoys him.