Collegian Winter 2019

Winter 2019

Feature Stories

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

BeaverStudents Research Beavers, Probiotics, and AIThis fall, a record number of undergrads partnered with faculty on research projects.
Freshmen Pack Their Bags for LondonFreshmen Pack Their Bags for LondonIn 2019, all CGS freshmen will matriculate into the college’s Boston-London program.

From Our Community

Some Good Words about ADHD
Some Good Words about ADHD
FROM BU TODAY
Author, entrepreneur, and alum Peter Shankman gave CGS Stone Lecture


Not Politics as UsualNot Politics as Usual
FROM BOSTONIA
Ayanna Pressley wins the Democratic nomination in Massachusetts’ Seventh Congressional district


In the Wake of Puerto Rico’s StormIn the Wake of Puerto Rico’s Storm
FROM ARTS & SCIENCES
LGBTQ activist brings aid to marginalized communities after Hurricane Maria

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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).


Compound Fractures at BU’s Boston Playwrights’ Theatre April 5–7

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).

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