To mark Cupid's big day, BU Today visited some local Terrier couples to find out how they got together. Among the stories: a car accident, Life Savers, an elevator, a square dance, and cheerleading. Have a story to share? Add it to the Comment section.
Japanese ramen is popular for its hearty broth, chewy noodles, and delicious toppings. But can it help you achieve your dreams? Tsuyoshi Nishioka thinks so. He’s the owner and chef behind Yume Wo Katare, the tiny ramen shop that opened in Cambridge’s Porter Square in 2012. The restaurant’s philosophy: ramen is a path to realizing […]
It may not be as flashy or glamorous as the Oscars or the Golden Globes, but a Humanitas Prize is equally respected. The annual awards honor film and television writing that explores the human experience in an entertaining, enlightened way. Among this year’s nominees is Juliana Rabadjija (COM’15), who is competing for a Humanitas Prize College […]
Entering the 808 Gallery, the eyes immediately drift upwards to the huge silk banners hanging from the ceiling. Shredded by wind and rain, faded by the sun, they are a ghostly presence in the expansive space. Closer inspection reveals a photographic image on each banner, showing parts of a naked man’s torso, head, or feet. […]
Melinda Lopez’s new play, Back the Night, loosely based on an experience she had as a college student 30 years ago, spares no one and lays bare enough universal themes that everyone, regardless of age or gender, will be squirming at the edge of their seats. Its title a truncated version of the decades-old anti–sexual […]