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Fusion is one of the hundreds of student organizations you will find on BU’s campus. The group, which is celebrating their 26th anniversary, will be hosting Fusion Presents: Elements XIX, a dance performance and competition on Saturday, March 30, 2019 in the GSU. Find out more about the group and their Elements event on BU Today.
A week of rest sounds like a great thing to have. No classes may mean relaxing for some, partying for others, and for people like me, catching up or getting ahead of homework. Regardless of what we did, the freedom in our schedule allowed us to set our own groove for seven days. But this […]
On Friday, March 15, 2019, two mosques were attacked in Christchurch, New Zealand. This horrific attack took the lives of 50 innocent Muslims, with dozens more injured. The Islamic Society of Boston University will be holding a prayer and vigil to honor and pray for the lives of those affected and taken, and allow space […]
We’ve extended the deadline for you to respond to the AAU Survey on Sexual Misconduct. You now have until March 11 to give the University your feedback on these issues on campus. This survey is totally separate from the University-wide Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training, which is mandatory. This Survey is optional, but we would really […]
The arts are people’s expression of their dreams and fears, their creativity and aspirations, their aesthetic senses and values, but also their politics — their beliefs about who we are and how we should be as societies. And the arts have always provided means through which people can express their political views. On the heels […]
We live our lives in public more and more. Most of us use many forms of social media every day that send rich information about us out to strangers. And strangers, for better and worse, seek lots of information about us without our specific assent. Every stroke of the key on our computers and mobile […]
On Sunday, Los Angeles and New England will battle in the largest championship game of the year. If you’re looking to watch and celebrate the Big Game (and/or its spectacular commercials) with friends, we have several options for you. As is BU tradition, our biggest viewing party will take place in Metcalf Ballroom in the […]
The Dean of Students office has notaries available for BU students, faculty and staff. If you’re in a rush, we also have a partnership with an online service (founded by BU alumni) who can notarize for you at a reduced rate. Spring 2019 Notary Schedule Our walk-in hours for notary services will be the following for […]
Join us on Monday, January 21, 2019 at 1pm for Boston University’s 47th Commemoration of alumnus Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Our keynote speaker is U.S. Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, serving the 7th District of Massachusetts.Learn more about this year’s event on our MLK Commemoration page. Here are clips from this year’s event. The entire event […]
If you’ve been on the second floor of the GSU in the past month, you’ve probably noticed some construction taking place. The reason behind the tapes and drapes: two all-gender, single occupancy bathrooms, located in the Stone Lobby (second floor across from Metcalf Hall). These new additions, provide safe facilities for all students and campus […]