Category: WBUR

Week In Review: Tsarnaev Trial, Transparency In Public Records, Olympics Poll

March 20th, 2015 in 2015, College of Communication, John Carroll, Newsmakers, WBUR 0 comments

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John Carroll, College of Communication

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What To Expect When You’re Birthing At Home: A Hospital C-Section (Possibly)

March 20th, 2015 in 2015, Eugene Declercq, Newsmakers, School of Public Health, WBUR 0 comments

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Eugene Declercq, School of Public Health

The term “homebirth cesarean” didn’t exist before 2011, when Oregon mother and student midwife Courtney Jarecki coined it. But now, a Google search returns almost 2,000 entries on the topic…

Expert quote:

“The studies that have been done usually report about a 12% intrapartum transfer rate.”

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From McDonald’s To Obama To Prizes, Efforts Ramp Up To Save Antibiotics

March 9th, 2015 in 2015, Kevin Outterson, Newsmakers, School of Law, WBUR 0 comments

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Kevin Outterson, School of Law

You know the antibiotics issue is really getting serious when even the biggest fast food chain in the world gets on the bandwagon — joining the president of the United States, among a great many others…

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21st Century Mad Men

February 28th, 2015 in 2015, Blogs, College of Communication, Edward Boches, Newsmakers, WBUR 0 comments

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Edward Boches, College of Communication

Hello readers. Look at this video. Now back to this article. Now back to another video. Now back…to this article…

Expert quote:

“The real future of advertising is probably going to be much less message-based and use less literal storytelling. It’s going to go into the world of utility and data and sensor-based feedback that will help marketers create useful experiences that will actually benefit consumers.”

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How To Fix The MBTA

February 23rd, 2015 in 2015, Metropolitan College, Newsmakers, Terrance Regan, WBUR 0 comments

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Terrance Regan, Metropolitan College

For the first time this month, the MBTA trolley and subway services are pretty much up and running…

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Week In Review: Snow Continues, MBTA GM Resigns, Boston 2024 Seeks Federal Funding

February 13th, 2015 in 2015, College of Communication, John Carroll, Newsmakers, WBUR 0 comments

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John Carroll, College of Communication

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Super Bowl Ads: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

February 2nd, 2015 in 2015, College of Communication, John Carroll, Newsmakers, WBUR 0 comments

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John Carroll, College of Communication

Aside from the excitement of football, lots of viewers tune in to the Super Bowl every year to see the the stuff that happens between the plays — the advertisements…

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Study Of Former NFL Players Links Brain Problems To Youth Football

January 29th, 2015 in 2015, Newsmakers, RESEARCH @ BU, Robert Stern, School of Medicine, WBUR 0 comments

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Robert Stern, School of Medicine

Last week, on HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, legendary Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka made a remarkable admission about the game he has devoted his life to: “If you had an 8-year-old kid now, would you tell him you want him to play football? No,” he said…

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Week In Review: ‘Deflategate,’ Olympics, Baker’s Budget, Tsarnaev

January 24th, 2015 in 2015, College of Communication, John Carroll, Newsmakers, WBUR 0 comments

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John Carroll, College of Communication

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Week In Review: State Of The City, Olympics, Sen. Warren, Drug Informants

January 16th, 2015 in 2015, College of Communication, John Carroll, Newsmakers, WBUR 0 comments

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John Carroll, College of Communication

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