Are you a freshman, sophomore, or junior who’d like to intern with a nonprofit, but cannot afford to without getting paid? The University’s Center for Career Development (CCD) offers two programs that provide stipends for those who line up a nonpaying internship with a nonprofit organization. Interested students are invited to attend an application prep […]
Do you have questions about safe sex and contraception, sexual identity, or sexual pleasure, but feel uncomfortable raising them in public? Then head over to the School of Law tonight for the fifth annual Sex in the Dark event. Sponsored by BU Student Health Services Wellness & Prevention Services, a panel of “sexperts” from the […]
In our new feature “Threads,” BU Today profiles students who have a keen eye for fashion and a distinct sense of style. First up is Arianna Davis (CAS’18), who says she loves dressing up. “I want each day to be like Halloween,” she says.
When Amy Chua published her 2011 memoir Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, the book provoked an immediate firestorm. Chua was accused of promoting cultural stereotypes and a style of parenting that was overly strict and bordering on cruel. But something about her book struck a chord with playwright Mike Lew. Lew, a Chinese American […]
When the BU men’s openweight, women’s openweight, and women’s lightweight rowing teams launch their boats into the Charles River tomorrow for the 52nd Head of the Charles regatta—the world’s largest rowing event—it will have a special resonance for three men’s crew team members. Uros Marinkovic (Questrom’18), Luka Miladinovic (Questrom’17), and Aleksandar Marinkovski (Questrom’17) are all […]