Love and peace to Heather Heyer and the ones she loved. I’ve been...
Thanks to Arlin Moore (COM '19), the Class of 2017 saw a great review of their BU career. This video was shown at Senior Breakfast on Thursday, May 4, 2017. It features music by a member of the graduating class, Jonny Glenn (QST '17.)
Amanda DoAmaral (SED '08) is currently a teacher at Skyline High School in Oakland, California, but we know her through her days managing BU Central and being involved with over 200 events. After BU, she was involved with Teach for America. We asked Amanda for some advice pertaining to current and... Read more
The following blog post was contributed by COM student Lauren Oubre and her team working with the BUPD. We can’t even begin to tell you how excited we are to share with you an event on campus that will put The Voice to shame. Well—maybe not exactly. There won’t be a... Read more
Do you need something notarized? The first time most students need something notarized is when they are preparing to study abroad. Some Boston University Study Abroad programs ask that you have a copy or two of your passport notarized. Other internship-based abroad programs may ask for a background check, which may... Read more
Matt Molloy (COM '03) has spent most of his career introducing traditional TV stations to digital and social media, and he has built a loyal fanbase doing it. Molloy has spent much of his TV career creating and curating digital content, which has led to his current position at 13WHAM, an ABC affiliate... Read more
Please RSVP to the February 23, 2017 UMOJA Reception at the Algonquin Club. This event begins at 7 p.m.
Global Programs and the Dean of Students office have teamed up on a second panel for international students seeking advice and information about their continued study at Boston University and other institutions in the United States. It is taking place Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 3:30pm in the George Sherman... Read more
Dear Friends, It’s likely you’re consumed with the news of the day, schoolwork, and just life, but word is that more than 100 million people will gather in living rooms, watering holes, and other good and simple places to watch the final American football game of the season. The first Sunday... Read more
On January 31, Global Programs and the Dean of Students office hosted a town hall about the recent immigration orders. Many students, faculty and staff attended to ask questions and show their support. You may watch the event above or on BU's Livestream channel. If you need advice or have additional... Read more
I credit Professor David Eckel and the Institute for Philosophy and Religion as inspiration for the theme “Hope, Despair, and the Blues” for this year’s annual University-wide celebration of the life and legacy of alumnus Martin Luther King, Jr, taking place in Metcalf Hall in the George Sherman Union on... Read more