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Boston University
01/16/2017 at 12:48. Facebook
"Free at Last" by Sergio Castillo dominates Marsh Plaza, the center of our campus, standing 20 feet high. The piece commemorates the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King's (GRS’55, Hon.’59) iconic "I Have a Dream" speech as it features 50 doves flying in formation, representing peace in all 50 states.
Boston University
01/16/2017 at 01:54. Facebook
Randall Keith Horton grew up singing doo-wop on Boston street corners, hanging out in pool halls, and sneaking into local jazz clubs like Wally’s Café and the Hi-Hat.

Now a noted music scholar, arranger, and conductor, Horton will conduct the Boston University Big Band and the Inner Strength Gospel Choir in a performance of music from Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concerts at BU’s annual...
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MLK Day Commemoration to Feature Duke Ellington Music | Boston University

Boston University
01/14/2017 at 13:36. Facebook
Two weeks into the new year, many Americans begin to re-assess their New Year's Resolutions. Boston University School of Public Health Dean Sandro Galea lists six goals all can set to improve the nation's collective health.

6 New Year's Resolutions to Improve Our Collective Health | Boston University

Boston University
01/13/2017 at 18:27. Facebook
By any measure, 2016 was a historic year. See the moments that defined it here at BU.
Boston University
01/12/2017 at 15:41. Facebook
What a start to 2017 for Terrier Hockey!

Last week, BU became the first school in the 41-year history of World Juniors to have six players win gold for Team USA (plus one silver medalist for Team Canada) on top of a home win against Union and a 5-3 win at Frozen Fenway!

Up next? The Battle of Comm Ave hits Agganis Arena tomorrow night as the Terriers host rivals Boston College. #ProudToBU
Boston University
01/11/2017 at 17:31. Facebook
Dark Matter - the tiny invisible particles that make up a quarter of the Universe - has baffled scientists for decades. BU physicist Alex Sushkov is on the hunt for axions, the theoretical particle hypothesized to the source of all that hidden mass.
Boston University
01/10/2017 at 15:32. Facebook
2017 is off to an exceptionally chilly start in Boston! Here, a partially frozen Charles River winds along our snow-capped city.
(Photo: Lydia Li)
Boston University
01/09/2017 at 16:33. Facebook
After a 24-hour delay due to winter weather, Fenway Park certainly had a chill in the air for Sunday's "Frozen Fenway." The Terriers defeated UMass 5-3 on the outdoor rink at historic Fenway Park.
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Is there a link between excessive drinking and suicide?

A study from Boston University School of Public Health reveals that certain government alcohol policies, such as those limiting liquor store density and imposing taxes on alcohol, have a protective effect in reducing suicides:

Alcohol Policies Contribute to Suicide Prevention | Boston University

People of color make up approximately half of US public school students, but only 18 percent of teachers, according to a 2016 report.

Boston University School of Education's partnership with EdRising is working to diversify their own students in hopes of closing the growing gap between the diversity of educators in US schools and the diversity of the students they serve.

Fixing the Teacher Diversity Gap | Boston University

Neural Adaptation - it's a process the brain undergoes constantly and effortlessly when triggered by new voices, sounds, sights, feelings, tastes, and smells.

New research suggests that problems with this process may be to blame for dyslexia and other reading disorders

The Dyslexia Paradox

What makes someone more or less likely to believe in climate change?

A BU scientist has found that local weather matters, and a person's experience with record high or low temperatures affects their degree of skepticism.

Climate Change Skepticism May Hinge on Personal Experience | Boston University

BU nutrition expert Joan Salge Blake gives her advice for weight loss resolutions that work!
With roughly one third of American adults classified as overweight, scientists are frantically searching for the answer to the country's obesity epidemic.

What if this answer lies in the fat itself? An experimental drug from BU researchers is attempting to spur the growth of brown fat, which works to counter obesity and increase metabolism.

All Fat Is Not Created Equal

Happy new year to the Terrier community far & wide!
We're looking forward to an even better 2017 here at BU!
Our number one moment of 2016? Taking in the magical change of seasons in this incredible city we're lucky to call home!
What do the top 9 photos on our Instagram from 2016 all have in common? They captured some seriously BU-tiful weather! From stunning Comm. Ave sunsets to the autumn's brilliant foliage and our first snowfall, these were the images that stunned Terriers this year.
Our number 2 moment in the #BUin2016 countdown:
In advance of their World Series, Rhett sent some dirt from Nickerson Field to the Cleveland Indians for good luck, which went on display at Progressive Field!

The Indians' last World Series win came on the field (formerly Braves Field) in 1948. With their loss to the Chicago Cubs this year, that record still stands.
Number 3 on our 2016 countdown includes enhancing our sustainability efforts on campus. After surpassing our goal of obtaining 20% of our food from sustainable sources this year, Boston University Dining Services announced a new goal of 25% by 2020.
2016 also saw immeasurable loss with the death of our beloved Elie Wiesel (Hon.'74). The somber occasion provided an opportunity to reflect on his legacy: “He did not just describe the past—although that alone would have been a profound service," said BU President Robert Brown. "Because of his erudition and his compassion, he taught us how to live in ways that overcome hate."