Collegian Winter 2019
- How Attorney Gunita Singh is fighting to keep the government accountable
- What science fiction can teach students—and the rest of us—about the real world
- Peter Kargbo fled his home during Sierra Leone’s civil war. Today, he’s a soccer star at BU.
|CGS News Briefs||Class Notes|
|$1 Million Gift Endows Undergraduate ResearchMike Gould’s gift has doubled the number of research opportunities for students.||
Traveling the world, producing musicals, covering political campaigns, sailing, designing robots, having babies, blogging, falling in love…. See what’s happening in the lives of CGS alums. Read More
|Students Research Beavers, Probiotics, and AIThis fall, a record number of undergrads partnered with faculty on research projects.|
|Freshmen Pack Their Bags for LondonIn 2019, all CGS freshmen will matriculate into the college’s Boston-London program.|
|From Our Community|
Not Politics as Usual
In the Wake of Puerto Rico’s Storm
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|Upcoming Alumni Events|
|Poetry Reading: David Ferry and George Kalogeris February 25
Join the Poetry Reading Series for a night of poetry. David Ferry is an acclaimed and award-winning poet and translator. His collection Bewilderment: New Poems and Translations (University of Chicago Press, 2012), won the National Book Award for Poetry. George Kalogeris is the author of Dialogos: Paired Poems in Translation (Antilever, 2012) and of a book of poems, Camus: Carnets (Pressed Wafer, 2006).
As she approaches her 40th birthday, advertising executive Paige Azzurro is looking for a big change and that’s just what she is about to get. One fateful day after leaving a top secret meeting with the president of a competitive ad agency in New York City, Paige slips off the curb while hailing a cab and fractures more than her leg. Compound Fractures is a play written by Lisa Cocciardi (’89, COM’91) and directed by Thomas Martin (CFA’15).