Nelson Mandela was the shining example of grace and dignity on this...
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Nelson Mandela was the shining example of grace and dignity on this earth, with politics that tore at the limits of nonviolence within a surreal, dystopian society. He awakened my intellectual fire and later conquered a world. His words, work, and persistence insisted that I be conscious. He... Read more
Want to spread some good karma this holiday season, but don't know where to start? Go to CVS, Shaw's or City Convenience and pick up a can of food. (Or two, or three - whatever suits your fancy.) Then drop the cans off at either the Community Service Center (4th floor of... Read more
Are you staying in Boston for Thanksgiving, but don't want to tackle the turkey making yourself? (Just a warning - making turkey can be messy.) Leave the cooking to the experts and join your BU family at 100 Bay State Road for Thanksgiving Dinner. Undergraduates are welcome to register for Thanksgiving... Read more
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Beauty is not the goal of competitive sports, but high-level sports are a prime venue for the expression of human beauty. The relation is roughly that of courage to war. The human beauty we’re talking about here is beauty of a particular type; it might be called kinetic beauty. Its power... Read more
There will be some obstructions in the base paths...I mean, pathways, BU students, faculty and staff take on October 30th. Here are some important notes. We'll update this page as we get more details. BU Bus Service Changes - On Wednesday, normal shuttle service between the Charles River and... Read more
We dream of pleasant surprises from the routine that are about to happen this weekend- a national, professional sports championship that will be awarded in our city, along with the annual festiveness that comes with Halloween. The people of Boston are host to Major League Baseball’s final championship games of the... Read more