The wall of plate glass windows at the 808 Gallery beckons passersby with a glimpse at this year’s College of Fine Arts MFA Painting and Sculpture Thesis Exhibition, one of three components of the School of Visual Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition. What you discover upon entering is an astonishing virtuosity and command of materials. An […]
BU women’s basketball head coach Kelly Greenberg has informed University administrators that she is stepping down, effective immediately. This announcement comes in the wake of the University’s decision to convene a panel charged with exploring allegations that she mistreated players and that her coaching style drove at least four players to quit the team du […]
There is a lot riding on Marty Walsh’s first term as mayor of Boston. He is, after all, inheriting the rich and complex legacy left by former mayor Thomas M. Menino (Hon.’01), with his 20-year rule over the city. Part of that complex legacy is that Boston ranks fourth in the country on the list […]
College sports is big business, especially for elite teams. The recently concluded National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) annual March Madness college basketball tournament brought in an estimated $800 million for the NCAA. And a winning team or a star player can lead to a surge in fundraising for its respective college or university. A recent […]
CReM's Darrell Kotton, Gustavo Mostoslavsky, and George Murphy (the CReM brothers) are willing to share their research discoveries with almost anyone. Their unorthodox philosophy is just one of the things they teach the center's next generation of stem cell researchers.