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- “Hail to the Chief” Is No Simple Fanfare March 1, 2017"Hail to the Chief" is no simple fanfare anymore to Joseph Rezek, a CAS professor of English who finds parallels between song’s roots in a Sir Walter Scott poem and Trump nationalism.
- Easing Transition to Civilian Life for Women Veterans March 1, 2017Two BU MED professors hope to bring women veterans together to thrive in civilian life through a program started with a Walmart Foundation grant.
- Grad Student’s Website Makes Political Activism Easy March 1, 2017In the weeks since Donald Trump’s inauguration, Americans seem to be riding a continuous wave of protest, with thousands assembling around the nation for or against impending congressional votes or executive actions by the new administration. A mere two voices in the chorus, Kira Ganga Kieffer (GRS’19) and her husband, Aaron Eisman, a second-year medical […]
- STH Hymn Writing Contest Open to BU Community February 28, 2017At the risk of sounding profane, how would you like to make a few bucks writing a piece of sacred music? The School of Theology’s Religion and the Arts Initiative is offering the winner of its annual arts contest—devoted this year to hymn composition—a cash prize and the opportunity to have the work performed at […]
- Finding Lung Cancer in the Nose February 28, 2017Lung cancer is the deadliest form of cancer in the United States—and in the world. According to the National Cancer Institute, it accounts for more than a quarter of cancer deaths in this country, killing about 158,000 people in 2016. Because lung cancer is so lethal, many current and former smokers undergo precautionary CT scans […]