Collegian Spring 2013
- Dean Linda Wells is leaving CGS. Find out what her next chapter will bring.
- A teen from Laos takes her first step in 14 years, thanks to an alum’s pioneering plastic surgery foundation.
- Alumna Lucy Halperin Zaro’s stepfather said he would never hire a woman—so how did she become president of his company?
|CGS News Briefs||Alumni Voices|
|Harry Potter Actress Performs Dickens at CGS One professor found a creative way to interest her students in Dickens—enlisting a celebrity to bring his characters to life.||Alums, parents, faculty, and friends share their favorite memories of Dean Linda Wells.|
|Stripping the Mask from the Master of Suspense How well do we know the man behind the famous silhouette? CGS professor reveals the sympathetic side of the director renowned for suspense.|
|Late Start, Early AbroadAnnouncing a new January freshman program, which includes a gap semester and freshman study abroad opportunity.|
|From the BU Community|
|BU’s Shooting Starfrom Bostonia
Criminal justice major and Terrier hoopster Chantell Alford (CGS’11, MET’13) is a powerhouse on the court and in the classroom.
Students Produce Les Misérables Parody from BU Today
On Top of the Universe from BU Today
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|Upcoming Alumni Events|
|Chicago-Area Alumni Reception: A Celebration of Dean Wells
Chicago-area alums are invited to the Lake Shore Country Club for a cocktail reception in honor of Dean Linda Wells, who is retiring after 33 years at Boston University.
Bay Area alums are invited to a cocktail reception in honor of Dean Linda Wells, who is retiring after 33 years at Boston University.
July 26 & 27
A weekend of lectures, discussions, and performances celebrating the history, music, and poetry of the Irish in Boston. Hosted by the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning (CITL).