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Wielding willowy rackets, T-shirt clad students send shuttlecocks sailing over nets, thwacks and whispered pings making a chorus with mouse squeaks of sneakered feet on hardwood. Polite quiet is the rule at BU Badminton Club matches: no rambunctious cheers, no mocking opponents–and no hairy, half-naked guy bellowing.
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- Ami and Tami, a Purim Soirée5:00pm
- Moisés Kaufman's GROSS INDECENCY: THE THREE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILDE7:30pm
- Boston University Symphony Orchestra8:00pm
The Pardee School of Global Studies hosts a conversation with American businessman John Kamm, a major US human rights activist working for dialogue with China. He is the founder of the Dui Hua Foundation, a nonprofit humanitarian organization that promotes universal human rights in well-informed, mutually respectful dialogue with China. The free event, moderated by Joseph Fewsmith, a CAS international relations professor, is at the Castle, 225 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.