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A tattoo poking out from under Molly Kelly’s gym shorts says a lot about her—a colorful princess captioned “Strong for a girl.” It’s an aside she hears often, especially in the gym. Kelly competes in the male-dominated sport of powerlifting, so her answer sets the record straight: "I’m not strong for a girl—I’m just strong.”
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- Discoveries: Sacred Rice: Environmental Change and Structural Uncertainty in Rural West Africa7:00pm
- Graduate Production 2 Screening7:00pm
- Elmer Rice's THE ADDING MACHINE7:30pm
- Meg Miroshnik's THE TALL GIRLS7:30pm
This semester's College of Communication students in the Graduate Production II class invite the BU community to a screening of their film projects tonight. College of Communication, Room 101, 640 Commonwealth Ave.; free.
Boston University’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) has supported the research of more than 1,500 students since 1997. In the 2011-2012 academic year alone, more than 200 scholarly pursuits were funded. Originally published in conjunction with Undergraduate Research Week, BU Today presents the research projects of four students or student teams in our series “Inquiring Minds.”