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The following is a letter from Massachusetts State Representative Nick Collins to the BU community. It by no means acts as an endorsement or suggestion to attend of the event. We have just been asked to post about the event by public safety officials. ————————– I am writing to request your cooperation in curbing public […]
Many people use taxis to stay safe when getting around Boston at night. Despite two attacks involving unlicensed taxis in Boston this summer, most taxis are still safe to take. Just make sure to keep the following in mind before you take a taxi: – Make sure it’s legit. Look for a taxi medallion and […]
Student Health Services has compiled a list of resources for traumatic event counseling. Counseling and self-care information is available on their dedicated resource page.
The City of Boston has been placed under a public health advisory because of a flu outbreak, and several other cities across the United States are experiencing much of the same. How can you prevent catching the flu as you return to campus this week and next?
Boston University is taking every precaution necessary given the threat of Hurricane Sandy. University wide planning started last week, and is in full force as the storm approaches. Because of the storm, classes are canceled on the Charles River Campus on Monday, October 29, 2012. An update about Tuesday’s classes will be given around 8pm […]
On Wednesday October 10, 2012, we will be holding a town hall style conversation in the Metcalf Ballroom of the GSU (2nd floor) at 8:00pm. We will discuss the recent armed robberies and response to the crimes as well as general student safety.
Care for each other and the community – don’t make each other do uncomfortable things in order to join your group. Do you know what is considered hazing? Find out what counts as hazing and how to report it.
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.