Once the best-kept secret in liberal arts education, the College of General Studies celebrates its 60th anniversary with a growing national reputation.
By Andrew Thurston
The seven Terriers competing at the 2012 Olympics weren’t BU’s only representatives in London this summer. Fourteen communication students reported from the city during a one-off study abroad program.
By Ashley Lisenby (COM’13)
For the University’s Jewish students, it’s a religious home and community center; for everyone else, Hillel is a great place to grab a pre-exam pancake.
The actors at BU’s oldest student theater group are many things, but there’s one thing they’re all not: acting majors.
We asked current students for their advice to parents of undergraduates. Some of their tips might surprise you, some might not, but all will be useful as you navigate life with a child in college.