No travel cancellations planned
Michael Bay’s thriller based on book by COM’s Zuckoff
All Boston University on-campus residences remained open during Thanksgiving break for the first time last week. Approximately 3,000 students took advantage of their available residences, BU Housing Director Nishmin Kashyap said.
Dr. Adil Najam, Dean of the Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies and a global authority on global climate change policy and its impact on development and on the developing world, will be attending the opening session of the 2015 climate change negotiations (COP21) in Paris, France, on Nov. 30.
I had participated in human rights investigations in countries around the world, but this was my first trip to an Arab country. I knew certain customs, like not offering my hand to those of the opposite sex unless they offered first, and was also conscious of the fact that I would be traveling during the holy month of Ramadan. Still, I was a little apprehensive that my dress or mannerisms would be off.