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Contortionists are not the only ones who need extreme physical flexibility: diver David Thiede (ENG’19) does a forward two-and-a-half somersault pike during a swimming and diving team practice at FitRec October 7. Photo by Cydney Scott

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Lessons from Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan is the most-visited archaeological ruin in the Western Hemisphere. BU archaeologist David Carballo is trying to understand how this ancient Mesoamerican metropolis—on the same scale as Imperial Rome—flourished for more than six centuries. He’s looking for clues in a working-class neighborhood outside the city, hoping that what he finds may inform a host of questions about modern cities.

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BU Clubs

From beekeeping to photography, rocket propulsion to religion, BU has more than 500 student organizations to engage almost any interest. These are just a few.

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