Parents Program Radio is returning on Tuesday, November 17th! After a brief...
by Devyn Buckley Like many other BU students, I was shocked to see the headline in BU Today that another accusation of rape was directed at a hockey team member. At first I believed that I clicked on old mail, seeing as this was a headline not too long ago in the same publication. Sadly, […]
Diggin’ Coffee Crisis – a work by CFA’s Anna Faber-Hammond. Adding to the conversation? See more at annafaberhammond.com Peace.
If you deal in love and passion, then you’ve got to know heartbreak. Maybe the heartbreak makes the passion worthwhile. Got a broken heart again? Here’s the playlist – it starts mellow and ends with you struttin’: Got to start with Al Green’s I’m Still In Love With You After The Rain – John Coltrane […]
Just because we’re taking a week off doesn’t mean your convos have to stop. There’s a conversation — a discussion — out there with your name on it. Find it and jump in! Even better, pull some folks together and start your own. See you again on February 24. Practice up! Next week, let’s talk […]
It has rhythm. It makes us move – together. I love music. Is it love? The kind of playlist Cupid could love: Let’s Stay Together – Al Green My Cherie Amour – Stevie Wonder Little Red Corvette – Prince Doo Wop (That Thing) – Lauryn Hill All Falls Down – Kanye West Feat. Syleena Johnson […]
Coffee and cookies. Howard Thurman Center. 3-5 p.m. Peace.
Love by Elizabeth Barrett Browning We cannot live, except thus mutually We alternate, aware or unaware, The reflex act of life: and when we bear Our virtue onward most impulsively, Most full of invocation, and to be Most instantly compellant, certes, there We live most life, whoever breathes most air And counts his dying years […]
The following is a message sent via email to the University community on Friday, February 3, 2012 regarding the Super Bowl and police closings of the Kenmore Square area.
Last week we went there. Dared to discuss religion. It was emotional but we kept it – the conversation and the substance – cool. Much respect, but we didn’t go deep enough. What about race? On the street we claim this generation is different. That twenty-somethings are more racially open-minded – young folks have friendships […]
How about some football, American-style. One game and lots of spectacle. Even better when the local guys are playing for the trophy. I love the mid-air extended catches and when the smaller guys break through the line to stop a play. Give me the thrill of a returned punt. Most important, I am a connoisseur […]