The BU softball Terriers (13-24) have defied expectations all season—but not in the way they had hoped. The defending Patriot League champions entered the season as league favorite after being picked for the top spot in the preseason poll. But with 13 consecutive losses at the start of the year and a 4-8 league record, […]
The United States remains the most religious nation in the industrialized world, according to an international survey. Yet the government’s national museum complex, the Smithsonian Institution, has never mounted an exhibition on how faith played out in the cradle of the country. Its National Museum of American History will address that omission two summers hence, […]
Self-proclaimed fashionista Alexandra Shadrow was tired of being ripped off by local consignment stores when she tried to sell her old clothes, and wanted to avoid listing her address on Craigslist. So three years ago Shadrow (CGS’13, COM’15) decided to create the BUtiques Facebook page to sell her shirts, jeans, and dresses exclusively to other […]
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when picking a restaurant in Boston’s chic South End—the neighborhood is well known as a mecca for fine dining, brimming with restaurants, bars, and cafés that cater to every cuisine. But when it comes to French, you can stop at the As. Aquitaine offers comfort food in an intimate bistro […]
The internet has become so critical to our society that addressing its weaknesses is like “operating on a live patient,” says one computer science professor. The CAS department's computer scientists are taking on the challenge of securing a platform designed for open access while protecting our liberties.