Category: Students in the News

Study Abroad: A once in a lifetime opportunity with BU

December 6th, 2013 in 2013, Boston.com, BU in the News, Feature, Newsmakers, Students in the News 0 comments

Boston.com
BU students featured

With the college semester finishing up, many students are preparing to come back to Boston, and some are getting ready to leave, all as a part of Boston University’s study abroad program…

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Food, friendship unite students from afar

November 29th, 2013 in 2013, Boston Globe, BU in the News, Feature, Newsmakers, Students in the News 0 comments

Boston Globe (subscription required)
BU students featured

In a fourth-floor apartment overlooking Kenmore Square, Lameya Ahmed struggled Thursday night to convince her roommate Thanna Rajapakse and their friend Farhana Isa that she knew what she was doing…

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International BU students get a taste of first Thanksgiving meal

November 26th, 2013 in 2013, Boston Globe, BU in the News, Feature, Newsmakers, Students in the News 0 comments

Boston Globe (subscription required)
BU students featured

You may think there’s nothing unusual about a Thanksgiving buffet with turkey and gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, corn, even squares of ravioli stuffed with butternut squash…

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Graduate student from Concord travels to Kenya

November 24th, 2013 in 2013, Newsmakers, Students in the News 0 comments

Concord Journal
BU student

What made Concord resident and Boston University student Jessica Wiley’s trip to Kenya so great was the authentic bonds and friendships she formed while she was there…

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Students, Organizations Open Their Doors To Those Who Can’t Go Home For Thanksgiving

November 20th, 2013 in 2013, Boston Magazine, BU in the News, Feature, Newsmakers, Students in the News 0 comments

Boston Magazine
BU students featured

Between long distance trips, expensive flights, and possibly some schoolwork to catch up on, a lot of students find themselves stuck on campus during  Thanksgiving break—a five-day period where there’s not much to do as others take off to spend time with family and friends…

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Meg Theriault strives to heal following fatal New Zealand crash

October 16th, 2013 in 2013, BU in the News, Feature, Newsmakers, Students in the News, WCVB 0 comments

WCVB

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The children: Why a generation is putting itself on the line for the climate

March 8th, 2013 in 2013, Newsmakers, Students in the News 0 comments

Grist
BU student referenced

I recently picked up a book that’s been sitting in my must-read pile for a long time: David Halberstam’s The Children, a remarkable account of the African-American students who began the momentous lunch-counter sit-ins in Nashville in February 1960 and went on to risk their lives as Freedom Riders and as movement leaders in Birmingham and Selma…

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Born without ears, opera singer now soars

February 21st, 2013 in 2013, Boston Globe, College of Fine Arts, Newsmakers, Students in the News 0 comments

Boston Globe (subscription required)
CFA student profiled

Hannah Katz was born without ears. Yet at the age of 23, she is an accomplished opera singer who has traveled to Italy and France for summer opera programs, and can sing in four languages…

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Hill Climbers: Intern Holds Down a Revved-Up Schedule

February 14th, 2013 in 2013, Newsmakers, Students in the News 0 comments

Congressional Quarterly Roll Call
BU student featured

One of the great things about interning on Capitol Hill is having the evenings free to hang out in the city…

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Boston University students want to bring a new kind of food truck to Dorchester

October 5th, 2012 in 2012, Boston.com, Newsmakers, School of Public Health, Students in the News 0 comments

Boston.com
School of Public Health

A new and different kind of food truck wants to make Dorchester’s Peabody Square home…

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