Margaret Litvin came to the United States from Russia as a child with her family, yet her academic research never intersected with her personal heritage until she was researching her 2011 book on Arabic adaptations of Hamlet, titled Hamlet’s Arab Journey: Shakespeare’s Prince and Nasser’s Ghost. The admiration that Arabic writers had for Russian and Soviet […]
The women’s lacrosse Terriers are hoping for a change of fortune when they take on Lafayette this Saturday on Nickerson Field. The team currently has a 4-5 record, losing three of the last four games. In those four contests, they were outscored 47-30, with their lone win coming in overtime in a matchup against Holy […]
BU’s Filipino Student Association has promoted Filipino culture and traditions for two decades, with cultural showcases, native dances—and food. Members share weekly meals at a campus dining hall, and once each semester the FSA board prepares a special family dinner of traditional Filipino cuisine for all members.
Ask anyone in Boston’s skateboard community about Orchard Skateshop, and you’re likely to get a enthusiastic response. The Allston store has become a mecca of sorts, famous for its huge selection of skateboards, apparel (the place even has its own line), and footwear, to say nothing of the decks, wheels, grip tape, trucks, and other […]
Following the example of 23 of its peers in the Association of American Universities (AAU) and strengthening its commitment to the widest possible online sharing and dissemination of its research and scholarship, Boston University has adopted an Opt-Out Open Access policy for faculty scholarly articles. The policy, which was recommended by the Faculty Council and […]