All Topics (May 1 through July 31)
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- Jack Eichel Drafted by NHL’s Buffalo Sabres June 29, 2015BU hockey star and rising sophomore Jack Eichel pulled a blue and gold Buffalo Sabres jersey over his head Friday night as the team chose him in the 2015 National Hockey League draft, held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Eichel (CGS’16), the second pick overall, won this year’s Hobey Baker Award, the highest individual honor given […]
- Tread Attentively on That Treadmill June 29, 2015An estimated 50 million Americans now use treadmills. But with 24,000 injuries and 30 deaths from 2002 to 2013, most recently Silicon Valley executive David Goldberg, using them safely is increasingly important. FitRec's Mike Lagomarsine offers some treadmill safety tips here.
- MED’s David Seldin Dies at 58 June 29, 2015David Seldin, Wesley and Charlotte Skinner Professor for Research in Amyloidosis, a School of Medicine professor of medicine and microbiology, and chief of the section of hematology-oncology at Boston Medical Center (BMC), died of prostate cancer Saturday at age 58. A beloved, caring teacher and clinician, he was a world-renowned expert on amyloidosis, a rare […]
- Obamacare Is Alive and Well June 26, 2015Abigail Moncrieff saw it coming. Three months before the Supreme Court yesterday upheld the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance subsidies nationwide, Moncrieff, a School of Law associate professor of law, penned an article for The New Republic titled “Why the Supreme Court Will Rule in Favor of Obamacare.” She also coauthored an amicus curiae (friend of the […]
- Advocating Community When Community Seems to Sunder June 26, 2015In this summer of anguish over race-driven shootings and terrorism, Marsh Chapel’s summer sermon series, which starts Sunday, will probe Martin Luther King’s concept of the Beloved Community. King (GRS’55, Hon.’59) popularized that phrase to describe a more just and nonviolent world. At Marsh Chapel, three BU preachers and three guests will address the theme in […]