Pavilion Environmental Impact Report favors two Charles River sites
The best location for Boston University's proposed $3
million sailing pavilion on the Charles River -- a project that has generated
much debate in the community -- would be one of two riverfront sites,
one near Granby Street and one near Sherborn Street, according to a draft
Environmental Impact Report released on November 24.
SPH, and SSW partner in $1.5m program to advance drug treatment and prevention
Although most physicians view substance abuse as an illness as much as
cancer or heart disease, few are involved in its treatment. Too, drug
abuse is not commonly covered as a topic in most residency and medical
hit by truck and treated at BMC eyeing 2003 Ironman
Fabio Selvig was conscious for just a few seconds after the tires of an
oil truck ran over his waist last year, crushing his pelvis and abdomen.
He remembers the loud, clanging sound the truck made as it drove over
his body and his bicycle; other details he can't bring himself to describe.
David J. Craig
less than six degrees can separate sexual partners
With surprising and somewhat frightening results, the concept
behind "six degrees of separation" has been applied to sexual
relationships in a study by Luis Amaral, a research associate at the GRS
Center for Polymer Studies, and colleagues at Stockholm University. The
"six degrees" theory is that everyone in the world is just six
acquaintances away from everyone else.
Special Collections archival holdings tell the story of our time
whores, and thieves
SFA stages Brecht's knife-edged Threepenny
Opera at BU Theatre
By Hope Green
Stepping out, with my baby
light up my life