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Andrea DiGiorgio—former corporate saleswoman, current BU PhD candidate—is going to spend 2015 chasing orangutans through the jungles of Borneo, gathering samples of their food. (Who said science isn’t fun?)
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- Scars of Partition: Franco-British Colonial Legacies in Borderlands12:00pm
- Inspiration in the Desert, a chamber music concert of works by Max Stern7:00pm
- Muir String Quartet (Cancelled)8:00pm
- The Somme, the Suffragists and the Gatling Gun: A Feminist Rethinking for Today of the 20th Century’s “Great War"6:00pm
- Visting Artist: Huma Bhabha6:30pm
- 16th Annual Dudley Allen Sargent Lecture: “Head Games: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and the Long-term Consequences of Repetitive Brain Trauma” 4:00pm
- The Future of Long-Form Visual Journalism5:00pm
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., & Dr. Howard Thurman: Boycotts, Mystics & the Civil Rights Struggle 6:00pm
Boston University College of Fine Arts, Graduate School of Theology, and Boston University Hillel present a chamber music concert of works by Max Stern, distinguished composer and international prizes winning creator of “a rich genre of contemporary biblical compositions, blending East and West”. Boston University Hillel, Fourth Floor, 213 Bay State Rd.
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.