This past fall saw 70 BU students transported to the hospital for dangerous drinking, down roughly one-third from the previous fall’s 96 transports. The reason for the drop is unclear, says Katherine Mooney (SPH’12), BU Student Health Services Wellness & Prevention director, but “my hope is that our combined efforts of enforcement, prevention, and the […]
Flu clinics for students, staff this week This year’s predominant strain, H3N2, most dangerous of the four seasonal flu strains Tips on how to protect yourself from flu, what to do if you get it An unusually active flu season that has sickened thousands of Americans since the beginning of October has health officials concerned. […]
Terriers from several varsity sports, among them track and field, hockey, and lacrosse, gathered in the Case Center’s Eilberg Lounge on a cold night last month for a seminar on leadership, led by Marissa Nichols, BU Athletics first director of leadership and career development. The goal of the event, hosted by the Bloom Family Leadership […]
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.