The Common Thread is joined by Charlie Morris, a sophomore economics student...
Based on Dr. Howard Thurman’s Common Ground philosophy, we provide a comfortable space and innovative programs where you can connect with others from diverse social networks. Last year, we received more than 22,000 visits from students and other members of our community.
Boston University students are invited to lounge in our “great room” where we provide free coffee, tea and snacks, along with an assortment of books and music chosen by your classmates. You can also join our Book Club, trace your ancestry as part of our Family History Project, or engage in thought-provoking and challenging conversations with our Courageous Dialogues program.
Want more? How about meeting new people at our weekly Tea Time, sharing your thoughts on our Culture Shock blog, or walking through our center’s art exhibit? If that’s not enough, you can explore the city with us on our Beyond Comm Ave trips, come listen to renown authors and scholars, or expand your mind with BU Inspire.
Any and all of these programs are available to Boston University students free of charge. If you’d like to learn more, click through our site and join our e-mail list. You should also friend us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
We’re all about creating personal connections, so please drop by and visit us at the Center. We’re located on the lower level of the GSU, just beside the Fox Fountain’s garden area.
We look forward to seeing you soon!