Finding healthy, fresh food fast (and not fast food) that’s also inexpensive can be a challenge in Boston, especially for college students on a tight budget. Fortunately Dig Inn, the New York–based restaurant chain specializing in farm-to-counter fare made from scratch has just opened a restaurant in the Back Bay, its first outside New York. […]
John Clarke has long been fascinated with the atmosphere of Mars, and more specifically, with the apparent disappearance of water from the Red Planet. A College of Arts & Sciences professor of astronomy and director of BU’s Center for Space Physics, Clarke was part of the team that proposed NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN […]
In less than three weeks, Americans will choose a president from the most unpopular candidates in decades: one condemned for secrecy and self-serving establishment ties, the other a political neophyte who has driven off some of his own party’s leaders with boasts of predatory behavior and statements condemned as xenophobic, antiwoman, or just false. How […]
Rugby’s popularity has been growing nationwide. Launched in 1998, BU’s women’s rugby club now has enough members to front both varsity and junior varsity teams. Listen to them talk about the intricacies of the game, why they love it, and how it’s pushed them to be better on—and off—the field.
As the old Boston City Hospital, built in 1864, was being torn down more than two decades ago to make way for the new Boston Medical Center, Angela Jackson went on a salvage mission. “I was part of the crew that came in at 4 a.m. with the National Guard to make sure that patients […]