B.U. Bridge
Biological Warfare: The Role of Public Discourse, part of the Boston Colloquium for the Philosophy of Science, Monday, February 26, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., GSU Terrace Lounge

Vol. IV No. 24   ·   23 February 2001 

Current IssueCalendarArchive

Search the Bridge

B.U. Bridge is published by the Boston University Office of University Relations.

Contact Us


Going once, going twice...
BU's first real-time online auction to raise national awareness about BUAA

The Boston University Athletic Association's (BUAA) first online sports auction is generating a lot of excitement -- and disagreement. Is the most valuable item the signed Mario Lemieux jersey, now that Lemieux has eschewed retirement and laced up his skates again? Is it the football signed by Dan Marino, or the jersey signed by John Elway? Maybe it's the baseball with the tight scrawl of Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez.

Innovative approach wins math teaching award for Paul Blanchard

Graduate student awarded coveted Gates Millennium Fellowship

Corruption governs market in Georgia's chaotic economy, says Fulbright scholar

When Valerian Melikidze looks at the graduate students in his global development seminar at the University of Tbilisi in Tbilisi, Georgia, he does not see future lawyers, statesmen, or professors. Instead, he sees young people who may support their families peddling produce or housewares in one of the city's outdoor marketplaces after graduating.

The moral of the stories
Harry Potter and the Good Life lecture draws mass of Muggles

Greek philosophy scholar Steven Tigner felt he had more important things to read than J. K. Rowling's phenomenally popular Harry Potter books. But the best-selling children's series so fascinated his undergraduate students at the School of Education that one day he reluctantly opened up the first volume, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.

Full-bodied workout with Wave Run
Versatile aquatics program adds new ripple

Brother, can you spare?
Bowlers lane up for fun

And no airport hangups
A fake spring break offers advantages

Art and Sole

Health Matters

Ask the Bridge


Memorial Services

Emergency Closing Announcements

Prints in the snow

Marsh maze

No spring break

No Bridge next week:

Because of spring break, the B.U. Bridge will not be published next week. We will resume with the issue of March 9.





23 February 2001
Boston University
Office of University Relations