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Among the many accomplished members of the Class of 2019 are the cofounder of a company teaching elderly people how to use computers, another who has studied the breeding habits of Costa Rican sea turtles, an instructor teaching therapeutic horseback riding to children with disabilities, a fundraiser for the National Humane Society, and the founder of a tennis camp for low-income children.
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- Immunization Clinic10:00am
- Common Ground Reception4:00pm
- 9th Annual Terrier Tailgate6:00pm
Boston University is holding its first Department of Veterans Affairs benefits orientation, designed to inform veterans of the benefits, facilities, and resources available to them, as well as give them an opportunity to meet. All veterans, ongoing, new, freshman to senior, and graduate students are welcome. Register by today here.
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