analyzez Native American artifacts beneath Quincy playground
Archaeology graduate student Margo Davis was intrigued by the discovery
in 1999 of rare Native American artifacts along the Quincy shore, artifacts
described as thousands of years old and a “once-in-a-100-years-type
find” by Massachusetts state archaeologist Brona Simon.
Faculty developing sensors that stay in touch
When an unbalanced washing machine starts dancing
across the floor, a sensor inside detects the wild gyrations and
halts the spin cycle.
In the future, says Christos Cassandras, washing machines and other
household appliances will go a step further: they’ll call a
repairman before a part breaks.
course probes the psyches that changes the world
Psychohistory? Qu’est-ce que c’est?
Besides being the study of the psychological origins of historical events,
it’s also a new colloquium offered this fall at BU.
CFA hosts composers, players, and scholars on cutting edge of Russian
By David J. Craig
If you were the author, coauthor,
editor or coeditor of a book published in 2003, the BU Bridge would
like to include it in our annual list of books by faculty
and staff, which will be published early next year.
Please fill out the
form at www.bu.edu/bridge/books.
Please fill out a separate form for each submission.
For questions, please
Way drawing winners to enjoy night away from home, Beanpot hockey