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Sunday, July 15th

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Summertime, and the Construction Is Ongoing

Make way for orange construction barrels. Summer is always a beehive of activity at BU, building-, rehabbing-, and renewing-wise. This year’s many—31 to be exact—ongoing projects range from the Castle makeover to new signage around campus to renovations on all three campuses. Then, come late August, a different kind of activity: the work of education.

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In Blind Spots, part of the Choose to Learn Live series, held July 10 at the GSU, Raul Fernandez (COM’00, Wheelock’16) challenged participants to examine how their backgrounds, beliefs, and biases affect their work, how school segregation and other factors have led to blind spots for all of us, and how we can better understand and communicate with one another. Fernandez is a BU Wheelock College of Education & Human Development lecturer and chair of its Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Photo by Cydney Scott

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BU Clubs

From beekeeping to photography, rocket propulsion to religion, BU has more than 500 student organizations to engage almost any interest. These are just a few.

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