Boston University
Boston University
yesterday at 13:37. Facebook
Despite the Supreme Court temporarily allowing a partial travel ban, BU students, faculty, and staff will not be barred from entering the United States and seeking a new visa. Nonetheless, the University is advising people from the six Muslim-majority countries targeted to seek advice from their International Students and Scholars Office advisor as the situation remains fluid.
Despite the Supreme Court temporarily allowing a partial travel ban BU students

Supreme Court Travel Ban Review Shouldn't Affect Students, Staff | BU Today

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Chris Quimby
Moira Brigitte Rauch
Boston University
Boston University
06/26/2017 at 15:45. Facebook
Interviews of urban youths of color conducted by their peers find that over 80% in Boston identify as being stressed, especially by neighborhood violence and distrust that police would do anything about it.
Interviews of urban youths of color conducted by their peers find that

Urban Youth of Color Stressed by Violence, Official Indifference | BU Today | Boston University

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Chris Quimby
John Martins
David Kaufman
Boston University
Boston University
06/25/2017 at 16:18. Facebook
What do ducks have to do with raincoats? By studying their feathers, BU engineers have learned more about "superhydrophobic" materials, which could lead to warmer, more breathable outerwear and tents:
What do ducks have to do with raincoats By studying their feathers

How Much Heat Can Bouncing Raindrops Leave Behind, or Take Away?

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Boston University
Boston University
06/24/2017 at 15:22. Facebook
Three of the five newest members have ties to BU: Our legendary coach Jack Parker, his former assistant coach Ben Smith and former player and current assistant coach Scott Young! #ProudToBU

The three join an elite group of ten other Terriers to previously be inducted in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Three of the five newest members have ties to BU Our legendary

Jack Parker among five elected to US Hockey Hall of Fame - The Boston Globe

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Cindy Johnston Roberts
Boston University
Boston University
06/23/2017 at 15:33. Facebook
Spending summer in the city? Our ultimate "To Do" list includes outrageous ice cream cones, Boston's best lobster roll, an urban zip line & the most Instagram-worthy spots!
Spending summer in the city Our ultimate To Do list includes outrageous

Summer 2017 Boston Bucket List

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Summer Danh
Ariana Tomasi
Paulathena Stone
Boston University
Boston University
06/22/2017 at 15:28. Facebook
A study from Boston University School of Hospitality Administration shows that rather than hurting the hotel sector, Airbnb's unique features & audience may actually be boosting tourism overall in the city of Boston.
A study from Boston University School of Hospitality Administration shows that rather

How is Airbnb Impacting Boston Hotels? | Boston University

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Corey Padnos
Boston University
Boston University
06/21/2017 at 12:21. Facebook
Happy First Day of Summer, Terriers!
Enjoy soaking up the extra sunshine! ☀
Happy First Day of Summer Terriers
Enjoy soaking up the extra sunshine
Hayley Keung
Massachusetts doesn’t have a law against encouraging suicide, and Michelle Carter was not with Conrad Roy at his death—facts that had experts expecting an acquittal in the local trial that captivated the nation. So, how do we make sense of the judge's ruling? Boston University School of Law professor David Rossman offers why we shouldn't be surprised by the guilty verdict.
Massachusetts doesnt have a law against encouraging suicide and Michelle Carter was

Should Teen Who Goaded Boyfriend to Suicide Have Been Convicted? | BU Today

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Ro Cal
Maria Luciano Hernandez
Kyle Richard
Quantum dots are tiny, quirky little particles that glow different colors under UV light depending on their size. BU's Allison Dennis uses them to track breast cancer tumors to see how well chemotherapy is working. Her work could revolutionize breast cancer treatment:
Quantum dots are tiny quirky little particles that glow different colors under

What are Quantum Dots?

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Savvas Zannettos
It's a picture perfect day on Marsh Plaza! #BUin360
It's a picture perfect day on Marsh Plaza BUin360
Lourdes Ramirez
Savvas Zannettos
Tarn Limpati
To stay competitive in the world economy, America needs more scientists and engineers—and evidence shows that diversity may lead to better science. While the scientific community has made a push to increase STEM diversity by targeting women and minorities, they have paid less attention to members of the LGBT community.
To stay competitive in the world economy America needs more scientists and

Is STEM Leaving the LGBT Community Behind?

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Bisham Singh
Kelle Keyles
John Martins
For the first time in 17 years, more than 50 majestic tall ships from 14 countries will glide into Boston Harbor for Sail Boston, a stop on the Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta course. Our guide to the weekend's events and top viewing locations:
For the first time in 17 years more than 50 majestic tall

Majestic Tall Ships Return to Boston Harbor | Boston University

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Melika Panneri
Sandra Camila Rosado
Michelle Yang
In honor of #NationalLobsterDay, let our BU Dining experts show you how to properly break down these crustaceans so you can enjoy one of our favorite New England delicacies!
Brooke Longval
Emily Stone
Alexandra Chin
“Boston University has proven to be a community partner that is committed to making college accessible to students in our city and beyond," said Mayor Marty Walsh in a ceremony Tuesday.

Through two unique programs, 65 Boston public high school graduates will receive scholarships that will pay the entire cost of their BU undergraduate education over the next four years.
Boston University has proven to be a community partner that is committed

Full Scholarships for 65 Boston High School Graduates | BU Today

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Ravn Roger Skog
Patty Mahoney Kropp
Happy Flag Day from Marsh Plaza!
Photo by our own Assistant Dean of Students, Daryl DeLuca.
Happy Flag Day from Marsh Plaza Photo by our own Assistant Dean
Pauline Zimmerman
The odds of Bob Hines (ENG’97) being selected as a NASA astronaut were, well, astronomical: a record 18,300 people applied with just 12 making the cut. The astronaut candidates will report in August for two years of training. When they graduate, they will join an astronaut corps that currently stands at 44. Congratulations, Bob! #ProudToBU
The odds of Bob Hines ENG97 being selected as a NASA astronaut

ENG Alum Bob Hines Selected as NASA Astronaut Candidate | BU Today

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Jill De
From biology to business, the wide range of academic programs at BU means there is no singular student experience. Our Terriers' class schedules, extracurriculars & internships are as diverse as they are!

Follow painting major Maddie Durso (CFA'19) for a peek at a day-in-the-life of the Boston University College of Fine Arts student.
Toné Cinn
Jacob Rohde
David Kaufman
Lighting designer Christopher Akerlind (CFA'85) is among several BU alumni nominated at this year's Tony Awards for his work on "Indecent." The Awards, which takes place Sunday evening, count seven BU alums in total among the 2017 nominees. #ProudToBU
Lighting designer Christopher Akerlind CFA85 is among several BU alumni nominated at

CFA Alum Finds Himself in the Tony Spotlight

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Elie Goretsky
Climate change and an influx of invasive grasses are altering the landscape in ways that make existing techniques to manage tick populations more risky. A team of BU researchers are using computer science to see how ecosystem change affects tick populations. Their research will ultimately help better control and manage ticks - and the diseases they carry.
Climate change and an influx of invasive grasses are altering the landscape

Fighting Tick-borne Disease with Computer Science

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Dawn Avenelli
Kirby Page
Corie Habibi
Learning: The relatively permanent change in a person’s knowledge or behavior due to experience.
Virtue: A particular moral excellence.
Piety: Understanding your responsibilities to other people and to society.
Learning The relatively permanent change in a persons knowledge or behavior due
Elie Goretsky