Gallery: BU community captures the blizzard in photos
Video: Tonight’s Cinematheque brings web series’ producers to campus
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There is one reason that Sports Illustrated, ESPN, and dozens of NHL scouts come to Agganis Arena this season: freshman Jack Eichel.
What’s Up BU?
- Resume Deadline: Aramark Corporation12:00am
- The Iron Triangle of Food Policy - The American Journal of Law & Medicine Symposium9:00am
- Global Fellows Reading6:15pm
- Cinematheque: An Evening with Jared Vincenti, Kenice Mobley, and Melissa Walker7:00pm
- Agganis Free Skate10:00pm
Strap on your ice skates and join us on the Agganis ice after the Terrier men’s hockey game. The first of two sessions of free skate, from 10 to 10:35 p.m., is for students who attended the game and the second session, from 11 to 11:35 p.m., is for all other BU students. You can bring your own skates or rent some for free at the rink. Agganis Arena, 925 Commonwealth Ave.
BU Today’s six-part series “Reaching Out” examines the many ways the Boston University community works to ease the hardships of immigrants and refugees in the Boston area. The programs, we find, are as diverse as the people they serve.
Reaching Out: BU-Chelsea program helps immigrants with English, and life
Reaching Out: LAW students offer asylum seekers free, often life-saving counsel
Reaching Out: BU trained, they work in hospitals, courts, and schools