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    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

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There are 2 comments on BU Hub Turns Six—and It’s More Important Than Ever

  1. While I applaud the concept of The Hub as a General Education course, it is not new to Boston University. A bit of history here: Back in the 1950’s there was a two-year program I attended, known as the College of General Education, which led to an Associate Degree.

  2. I would point out that the name, ‘Boston University Hub’ was previously the name of the university’s yearbook. Sort of ironic. We tried to cover the depth and breadth of the university, mostly at the undergraduate level, so I find this educational hub interesting.

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