YEAH Fellow Cathy Cheng (ENG’23) invited to celebrate the release of fifth National Climate Assessment.
BU biology student studied more than 600,000 wildlife rehabilitation center records to look at the human impact on wild animals, from lead poisonings to window strikes to vehicle collisions.
Juniors Dharma Cooper and Audrey Soukup offer a glimpse into what it takes to be an Army ROTC cadet.
President ad interim Ken Freeman addressed students before they celebrated at inaugural Comm Ave Fest.
He assumes the role he’s held on an interim basis since July 2022 and aims to be an innovative leader for Terriers.
As states ban gender-affirming care and participation in sports, BU study finds more than half of trans and gender-diverse kids report depression and self-harm—but that peer and school supports can help.
Former MassChallenge president and CEO Siobhan Dullea (CAS’91) starts April 3.
Will be housed in 808 Commonwealth Ave., near the Howard Thurman Center.
Anna Lim, a Wheelock doctoral student, talks about accessibility and healthcare equity in the hearing-impaired community.
In mid-March 2020, as COVID-19 began to spread exponentially throughout the country, school doors across Massachusetts suddenly closed, creating disruptions and uncertainty for both teachers and students.