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.
What’s Up BU?
- Spring Recess - University ClosedAll Day
- Cullen Washington Jr.: The Land Before WordsAll Day
- The Lightning Speed of the PresentAll Day
- Ip Piano School Concert3:00pm
- Open for Dinner after Spring Break4:00pm
Boston’s premier dance education program for teens presents its annual concert, featuring choreography from local artists and guest artist Kirven Douthit-Boyd of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. Friday and Saturday performances at the BU Dance Theater, FitRec Center, 915 Commonwealth Ave., Buick St. entrance; admission: $20 for BU and non-BU students, $25 for faculty, staff, and the general public.
Alternative Spring Breaks
Each year, Boston University’s Community Service Center sends hundreds of students into disaster zones and troubled communities across the country. The Alternative Spring Breaks program, founded in 1987, gives students the opportunity to spend their vacation working in a community in need, an experience that often starts with a 24-plus hour van ride to the destination.