CAS Writing Program Launches Deerfield, a New Journal of Student Work

May 4, 2023

POV: Where’s Antiracism in the BU Hub?

April 28, 2023

CAS Writing Program Offers New Social Justice Emphasis

April 21, 2023

Creating Connections in Chinatown

February 15, 2023

William Giraldi’s About Face Is a Surreal Tale of Celebrity Obsession in the Internet Age

December 9, 2022

POV: Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Writing at the University. Let’s Embrace It.

December 5, 2022

Training Better Science Writers

November 17, 2022

With Anti-Semitism on the Rise, a New BU Course Takes Shape

November 10, 2022

Embodied Learning: Teaching and Learning with Reacting to the Past

September 13, 2022

As We Observe AAPI Month, We Should Be Emphasizing History, Not Heritage

May 17, 2022

BU Lecturer Went to Hungary as a Fulbright Scholar. Now She’s Helping Ukrainian Refugees

May 11, 2022

POV: It’s Time to Upgrade to Ungrading

May 11, 2022

Why We Stopped Grading Our Students on Their Writing

January 12, 2022

Learning about Law through Literature

January 5, 2022

Writing with a Sense of Taste

December 15, 2021

New to BU Series: Meet Matthew Creighton, Lecturer in the College of Art & Sciences

November 23, 2021

Bob Dylan Now: Hitting the Road Again, at 80

November 19, 2021

Jennifer Simpson on giving back to BU

October 17, 2021

2021 Diversity & Inclusion’s Learn More Series Focuses on Disability and Impact of Ableism

September 13, 2021

Horror Movies Reveal What’s Keeping Society Up at Night

August 2, 2021

William Giraldi and Josephine Halvorson Named BU’s Latest Guggenheim Fellows

June 1, 2021

Swati Rani’s CAS Class Explores Being Asian and Building Community

May 4, 2021

Culture of College Class Creates a Video Record of Learning—and Living—during Pandemic

June 3, 2020

A 2020 Metcalf Award Goes to Seth Blumenthal of the CAS Writing Program

May 12, 2020

Using Puppets to Communicate the Complex, the Abstract, and the Technical

April 25, 2019

Office Hours: William Giraldi

April 4, 2019

One Class, One Day: Studying Comics as Literature


Professor Seth Blumenthal offers Marijuana Myth and Reality Conference

November 5, 2016

Professor James Pasto’s MET Class Asks: Is the North End Still Italian?

July 12, 2016

Professor David Shawn receives Supervisor of the Year award.

April 19, 2016

Professor Tessa Croker explores the wonderful world of Disney.

December 8, 2015

Professor Seth Blumenthal’s WR class explores Marijuana in American History

July 29, 2015

A look at Professor David Shawn’s WR100 class: Lincoln and his legacy.

June 17, 2015

Assistant Professor Chris Walsh’s Book Asks: Are Terrorists Cowards?

January 20, 2015

PEN/Hemingway Award Finalist Will Be Honored Sunday

April 3, 2014

It’s Got a Great Beat, and Helps with Your English

February 27, 2014

Assembly Line Valentine

February 13, 2014

“Irrepressible” Milanese Wins Metcalf: A “shining star” on Writing Program faculty

May 11, 2012