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from BU President Jon Westling
remembers former SHA valedictorian and standout student volunteer
Nina DeVivo uses phrases such as "grace under pressure," "never
stressed out," and "unbelievably mature" to describe Lisa
for the unthinkable
Boston considers a bioterrorist attack - and
Few signs of campus prejudice, but students are
In the days following the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center
and the Pentagon, whose prime suspects have been identified as Islamic
fundamentalists, national media have daily reported rising numbers of
hate crimes against Muslims in the United States.
Memory of the Hanson Family
for Excellence in Teaching to offer mentoring program
Starving for the truth
Diana Wylie's book examines history of hunger and
racism in South Africa
If you were to write a history of a country's past 100 years, would you
focus on food? That is what Diana Wylie did when she penned a book about
South Africa that examines the politics of hunger and the uses and misuses
of nutritional and agricultural science.
Women's soccer coach applauds collegiate and professional
opportunities for female athletes
to the Editor
time to remember
BU community is encouraged to visit the newly launched We
Remember Web site. We
Remember offers visitors a way to share their thoughts
during these difficult times.
to the events of September 11 and national and international
FAA travel restrictions, some previously scheduled activities
listed in our Calendar may be canceled, postponed, or relocated.
Please call ahead to check on dates and times.
Laureate Amartya Sen's September 19 lecture, entitled The
Idea of Identity, the first in the Future of Identity Distinguished
Lecture Series, was canceled and will be rescheduled. Sen's
second lecture, entitled Globalization and Solidarity, will
also be rescheduled.