The ANDESITE spacecraft, set to launch after March 1, 2018, will study the aurora Designed and built by BU graduate and undergraduate students A swarm of minisatellites inexpensive to build and launch If MacGyver were on a mission to study the aurora, this is the satellite he might build: a grid of scrap solar cells […]
Most Sacred Body: A Cantata for Good Friday, composed for the Marsh Chapel Choir, premiered at the chapel’s 2016 Good Friday service. Marsh music director Scott Jarrett says “the choir adored it—they just fell in love with the piece.” It was later recorded at the chapel and released last week as a CD.
Young authored the award-winning book Embodying Black Experience Wants to promote and expand BU’s reputation in the arts A film major at Yale, his favorite movie is McCabe & Mrs. Miller Internationally recognized theater historian Harvey Young, whose work centers on race, history, and performance, officially begins his new role this month as dean of […]
Updated 12:45 p.m. :The Senate has voted, in a procedural vote, to approve legislation that will fund the government through February 8. The Senate must still grant final approval of the bill, which must then be approved by the House, which may vote this afternoon. With Congress and the White House locked in a failure to […]
Donald Trump, the most un-clichéd of presidents, nevertheless conjures a cliché: what a difference a year makes. What do Americans think of the president now? A recent NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that by a 53-to-40-percent margin, Americans consider Trump’s first year a failure. Shortly after the 2016 election, we asked some BU experts for their take on […]