Obama: An Intimate Portrait displays the photos Pete Souza took over the eight years he was the chief White House photographer. The pictures range from the historic to the highly personal and include some that he’s posted to his Instagram feed this year as a subtle critique of the Trump administration.
BU’s bond rating upgraded by Moody’s to Aa3 from A1 Reflects growth of fundraising and sales of real estate A higher bond rating means University can borrow at lower costs Moody’s Investors Service has upgraded BU’s creditworthiness, citing the University’s formidable fundraising and real estate holdings as well as the administration’s skilled financial management. The […]
Our new “My Own Boston” series features students sharing off-campus places special to them. In the latest installment, Ryan Lim (ENG’18, MED’22) talks about his two favorite ramen noodle shops, one in nearby Brookline, one in Cambridge. “It’s a way to celebrate the friendships I’ve made,” he says.
How do you count the costs of war? In the Pentagon’s most recent accounting, the total authorized US spending on the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria between fiscal years 2001 and 2018 is $1.52 trillion. The bill for each individual taxpayer amounts to $7,740, according to the Pentagon. That sounds like a lot of […]