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The George Sherman Union (GSU), located at 775 Commonwealth Avenue, is one of the “centers” of student life and a focal point of campus activity.
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 […]
The school year is beginning. RAs are on campus, Orientation is getting ready for Session 7, and Student Activities is training the students who will put on fantastic programs. Here are two quick notes for you to keep in mind as you return to campus. – Gender Neutral Housing – The University has approved a […]
We know it’s hot out. Here are some tips from our Residence Life team about how to stay cool if you’re living on campus during this heat wave. (This has also been sent via email to all students living on campus this summer.) If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to us […]
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.
Two off-campus fires have affected our community since the beginning of the spring semester. Regardless if you live on or off campus, it is always important to review key fire safety information. Please visit Boston University’s Fire Safety website for crucial tips.
An addition has just been posted to the University Lifebook regarding sexual misconduct and how it will be handled by the administration. Please read the policy here.
BUBeam Day! On Friday, October 7th, the final two beams to be raised onto the 100 Bay State Road Center for Student Services project traveled to around campus to collect student signatures.
If you partook in a Summer Send Off event this August, you received a list of what you can and cannot bring to campus. For those of you who lost the list, or who didn’t have the chance to attend, here is the list. Housing also makes the list available on their website.
RSVP here for the Senior Class Leaders Event at the House of Blues on Monday, November 29, 2010 from 9pm – 11pm.