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Halloween Week is a very happening time at Boston University! Here is a comprehensive look at all of the Halloween goings-on at the University.
Dear Friends, I am sad to inform you of the loss, today, of one of our own. Adam Robert Engel, a junior in the School of Management, died this morning of injuries suffered from a fall in the Doubletree Guest Suites Boston. Adam is from Old Bethpage, New York, and was studying accounting. He was […]
This email was sent to all students on Thursday, September 2, 2010 via e-mail. ——– 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 […]
Want to win and iPad, hockey tickets or a bunch of convenience points? Check out our trek on SCVNGR on Tuesday during the Comm Ave Fair! Learn more about the trek and SCVNGR at our FYI Student Blog!
Walking around New York and chatting with folks nearby makes me feel like I’m home, again – the familiar accents and swagger; I heard some Billy Joel on the Island; can watch a decent handball game; catch a real slice; and, finally, someone gives me a smile of solidarity when I ask about the Mets. […]
Could Joe Biden be right? President O has got juice back. He made health care big news by putting us in control of our health care (some time in the future). Still a few outstanding issues but the commentators say this is historic. A bit more history than promised? Good history? Help me out in […]
Since 2008, the Boston Red Sox have called upon local college students help with their sustainability promotions and to collect recyclables throughout the ballpark on game days.
We welcome the Class of 2013 to our vibrant community! Here’s your chance to see the campus and register for classes during the summer on us – that’s right, free Orientation registration. Take a look at the place where we live, play, and work:
Dean Elmore recently responded to the Student Union’s medical amnesty proposal. Please click on the link to download an Adobe PDF document of this statement.