Boston is a coastal New England city and therefore prone to fog.
Boston University’s president emeritus John Silber passed away Thursday, September 27, 2012 at the age of 86. Silber served as the University’s president from 1971-1996, and as chancellor from 1996-2003. One of Dr. Silber’s greatest legacies will be how the University celebrates the life of alumnus Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boston University is believed […]
I hope you realize that you are powerful. Particularly, when you are hanging out with your peeps. Much more than the old heads, you’re in and around a variety of social settings – house parties, clubs, bars, and impromptu gatherings – where there can be great socializing. This video is the best push I’ve seen […]
Art makes you? Hip minds and cool conversation. Drop by the Dean of Students office (fourth floor of the George Sherman Union) with a playlist song to get a free ticket. For more information check out the Provost’s website. The event is free and open to the public, but tickets must be reserved in advance. […]
We at the Dean of Students Office want to make it our mission to encourage the students of Boston University to vote this November.
Welcome and welcome back! It’s hard to believe – another year around the sun (I’m getting old). Let me ask that question we’ve all asked and answered so many times today: how was your break? I hope it was wonderful – restful, productive, and beautiful. I hope you can observe – with me – the […]
Boston University students have a new resource on campus: the Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Center (SARP.) The center is for all students who need support after any traumatic incident.