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By correlating subjects’ brain scans with their drinking histories, MED's Marlene Oscar Berman has discovered what appear to be compelling, complex neurological differences in the brains of alcoholic men and those of alcoholic women.
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- Cullen Washington Jr.: The Land Before WordsAll Day
- Spring Recess - University ClosedAll Day
- The Lightning Speed of the PresentAll Day
- Science Day 20149:00am
In his first solo exhibition in Boston, abstract artist Cullen Washington, Jr., presents large-scale paintings that employ strategies of collage and assemblage, incorporating found objects, discarded materials, and scraps from the studio floor. The exhibition runs through March 30 at the 808 Gallery, 808 Commonwealth Ave.; free and open to the public. Find gallery hours and more information here.
Boston is famous for its neighborhoods, many of them fun, interesting, and easy to get to. BU Today has assembled a guide to several neighborhoods, with helpful lists of where to eat, shop, and hang.
A guide to eating, shopping, and sightseeing
A guide to eating, shopping, and sightseeing a short distance from BU
A guide to eating, shopping, and sightseeing in Boston’s “Little Italy”