• Anna Malygin (Questrom’23)

    Anna Malygin (Questrom’23) Profile

  • Anthony Conigliaro (CAS’24)

    Anthony Conigliaro (CAS’24) Profile

  • Janice Checchio

    Associate Creative Director, Photography

    Photo of Janice Checchio, a white woman with short blonde hair and reddish glasses who wears a leopard print shirt.

    Janice Checchio has been an art director, editorial designer, photo editor, photographer, or some combination of the aforementioned for 12 years. After seven years at The Boston Phoenix and Stuff Boston Magazine, she returned to direct photography at Boston University, where she had received a BFA in Graphic Design. She lives a photo–ready life in Dorchester with her husband, son, and way too many pairs of glasses. Profile

Comments & Discussion

Boston University moderates comments to facilitate an informed, substantive, civil conversation. Abusive, profane, self-promotional, misleading, incoherent or off-topic comments will be rejected. Moderators are staffed during regular business hours (EST) and can only accept comments written in English. Statistics or facts must include a citation or a link to the citation.

There are 4 comments on Video: Terriers React to Data Science Building Design

  1. I maybe from an old school point of view (Class of 77).But it is an abomination. Maybe it belongs somewhere along 128 but on Comm Ave among the traditional looking buildings it is an eyesore.

  2. The Boston city hall building has finally been eclipsed by this abomination. It’s ugly, has no flow or movement and appears yearning to fall over at the slightest gust of wind. If constant anxiety was the feeling the designers intended for this building to evoke, they succeeded in spectacular fashion.

  3. People need to get over “ when I was there” or “it doesn’t blend in”.

    Who wants the same old thing. Who wants a cheap standard box. I think it’s fabulous and it says “BU is proud of its past, but ALWAYS looking towards to future.”

    I think the juxtaposition among the brownstones and gothic buildings is eye-catching and when you see that building in the sky – all you can say is “That’s BU!”

    Enjoy it kids! It’s your time.

  4. I look forward to visiting the inside of the building. My BU son said the views are amazing and the inside is spectacular. The engineering, architectural and environmental facts are worth reading about. Modern, forward thinking.

Post a comment.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *