Collegian Winter 2011

Winter 2011

Feature Stories

News Briefs Class Notes
CGS Alumni Honored at Redstone Film FestivalThree former CGS students were among the filmmakers recognized at BU’s equivalent of the Oscars. Ed Westerman
Ed Westerman (CGS’66, COM’68) of Framingham, Mass., received a Boston University Alumni Association Lifetime Volunteer Service Award in October, during BU’s 2010 Alumni Weekend.Read all Class Notes
Writing Center Named in Memory of Robert Emery Tutoring center now bears the name of its devoted former director.
We’ve Got Talent! Student artists and musicians take part in the annual CGS Art Show/Coffee House. video
From the BU Community
thumb-pumpkinPumpkins, from Soup to Nutsfrom Bostonia
Gordon Hamersley (CGS’71, SED’74), chef and owner of Hamersley’s Bistro, shares three delicious pumpkin recipes.

thumb-mayorA Mayor in the Making?from Builders and Leaders
Could civic-minded student Evan Gross (CGS’10, Questrom’12) be the next mayor of Scarsdale, New York?

thumb-barryBarry and the Remains, Iconic ’60s Band, Honoredfrom BU Today
Barry Tashian (CGS’65) and his BU band were recently inducted into the Boston Music Awards Hall of Fame.

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Upcoming Alumni Events
NYC Young Alumni Happy Hour
February 24
Mingle and network with fellow BU alumni at one of NYC’s hot spots.

February 25–26
Beat the winter blahs with Terrier hockey, Alumni College classes, ice sculpting, and more at BU’s biggest alumni family event of the year.

Discoveries Lecture: We Are What We Eat
April 28
Professor Nathan Phillips of the Department of Geography & Environment discusses ways to balance industrial food systems with local and regional food generation.

See a full list of BU alumni events.