Were you among the approximately 25,000 family, friends, faculty, and graduates at Nickerson Field May 17 to celebrate BU’s 142nd Commencement? Thanks to GigaPan technology, you can find yourself and your friends in the crowd. We challenge you to take a look.
Erin Reid recalls the response she got from other academics when she would mention her interest in men’s experiences in the workplace years ago. “They’d say, ‘Men don’t have gender issues in the workplace—why would you want to study men?’” says Reid, a Questrom School of Business assistant professor of organizational behavior. Given the initial […]
Are you a pop culture guru, a Jeopardy! fanatic, a wiz at solving video puzzles? Put your knowledge and wit to the test at the Big Quiz Thing trivia competition tonight at the American Repertory Theater’s Club Oberon in Harvard Square. The cabaret-style multimedia contest poses questions about topics ranging from science and history to […]
Two College of Communication faculty are taking center stage at cultural events this weekend. First up is Dick Lehr, a COM professor of journalism, New York Times best-selling author of Black Mass: The Irish Mob, the FBI, and a Devil’s Deal (Public Affairs 2000), and a former Boston Globe reporter, who will answer questions about […]
When the BU men’s rowing team competes in the 113th Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) Championships on Mercer Lake in Mercer County, N.J., starting today, they will be competing with the best crews in the country for a chance to medal in what many consider the collegiate rowing event of the year. Last year, the Terriers […]