• Alene Bouranova

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    Photo of Allie Bouranova, a light skinned woman with blonde and brown curly hair. She smiles and wears glasses and a dark blue blazer with a light square pattern on it.

    Alene Bouranova is a Pacific Northwest native and a BU alum (COM’16). After earning a BS in journalism, she spent four years at Boston magazine writing, copyediting, and managing production for all publications. These days, she covers campus happenings, current events, and more for BU Today. Fun fact: she’s still using her Terrier card from 2013. When she’s not writing about campus, she’s trying to lose her Terrier card so BU will give her a new one. She lives in Cambridge with her plants. Profile

    Alene Bouranova can be reached at abour@bu.edu

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  1. Margaret Ng Ngoi-Yee from Hong Kong got her PhD from BU. She is a lawyer and an activist. She served on the Legislative Council in colonial British Hong Kong and post-Handover SAR Hong Kong for 17 years. In the 2000s, she protested repeatedly for democratic reform. She has been arrested a few times and is now on suspended jail term. If served, she will be a prisoner of conscience, like many others currently serving jail time in Hong Kong under the National “Security” Law.

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