Photo: An Argentinian man with orange slacks, a red sweater with a black turtleneck underneath. He stands in the center of his office. To the left, an aquarium is featured. Above the aquarium tank are shelves of books. Lining the selves are chocolate wrappers from unique chocolate bars. On his right, there is a huge desk with tons of miscellaneous merchandise on top. Some of those items are a yerba mate pot, a silver plaque, and a wooden model of a motorcycle. Two chairs sit in front of his desks. Throughout the room are tons of personal pictures, framed and loose. Mostoslavsky smiles for the photo

Office Artifacts: Gustavo Mostoslavsky

Aquariums, memorabilia from Argentina, and a passion for chocolate are on proud display in this BU professor’s office

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President Joe Biden delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress at the Capitol, Tuesday, March 1, 2022, in Washington. (Saul Loeb, Pool via AP)

The Week Ahead: February 6 to 12

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Photo: Verge, a BU traditional Chinese dance group performs at a Lunar New Year celebration hosted in the GSU ballroom Feb 3. Action shot of a group of women dressed in traditional white and grey pants and long tops dance with long red scarves on stage as an audience watches.

2023 Lunar New Year Gala

BU traditional Chinese dance group Verge Dance Company performed at a Lunar New Year celebration hosted by BU’s Chinese Student Association in the GSU Metcalf Ballroom February 3. The evening was a collaboration with other cultural clubs and performance groups from BU and Northeastern, and guests enjoyed classic Asian food and dances and plays on the stage and wrote notes with hopes for the new year and hung them up across the ballroom.

Photo by Danny Dolan (COM’26)

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Photo: A flat-lay of the supplies found when one orders from the Condom Fairy program located at BU. Various information cards and condoms are scattered on a white table. A featured image of the condom fairy characters in sticker form lay on top of the various cards.
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