- Pump Up the Vol(taire, H)ume Jack Russell Weinstein (GRS'96, '98) tackles life's big questions with professional and amateur philosophers alike on his call-in radio show Why?, broadcast live from North Dakota.
LoveTolerate? Thy NeighborReligion Professor Adam Seligman brings together believers and non-believers from across the globe to face their differences and promote religious tolerance.
- Material Girl Sculptor Jodi Colella (CAS'81) feels the artistic possibilities in a variety of textures, exploring unconventional materials to weave and shape unique creations.
Also in this issue
With study abroad stints, multiple internships, volunteer posts—and now a pageant crown—to her credit, senior Annie Rupani is already a citizen of the world.
Chester Parasco's (CAS'47, LAW'47) colorful family has a long history with BU, beginning when his father shined President Daniel Marsh's shoes.
Rear Admiral Christine Hunter (CAS'80, MED'80) takes charge, from directing emergency responses to a swine flu pandemic and a tsunami to developing nationally acclaimed programs for wounded military personnel.
What defines the role and meaning of a house or home? Art Historian Kim Sichel gathers scholars from a range of fields to lend their perspectives.
With the help of a Howard Hughes grant, Paul Lipton and his students have a new neuroscience lab to conduct hands-on brain research.
Comprehensive and highly readable, Professor of Music Roye Wates's recently published book on Mozart is getting rave reviews.
Neuroscientist Tim Gardner's research on how birds' brains encode song patterns could shed light on human brain function too.