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Panel maps pathways to progress in Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Two Boston University professors joined a conversation with Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Noam Chomsky, a renowned linguist and political commentator, for a panel Thursday to address making positive change in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. More than 100 students attended the panel, organized by the Arabic Society of Boston University, Thursday night in the School of […]

BU music professor Marc Johnson remembered for positive spirit

Professor of music and highly acclaimed cellist Marc Johnson of the Boston University School of Music in the College of Fine Arts passed away from a heart attack Tuesday at his home in Maine. Johnson, 67, who was a member of several renowned orchestras and ensembles including the three-time Grammy-nominated Vermeer Quartet, had an enormous […]

BU’s Push to Start takes all 4 SG executive board seats

All four members of Boston University Student Government slate BU’s Push to Start were elected to the SG executive board Wednesday. Due to complaints filed with the Student Elections Commission, TrueBU incurred 450 penalty points during the race, resulting in a loss of one day’s worth of campaigning. The infraction subtracted 83 votes from the […]

COM unveils new Center for Mobile Communication Studies at reception

The Boston University College of Communication Division of Emerging Media Studies hosted a reception to celebrate the launch of the new Center for Mobile Communication Studies Wednesday night at the BU Castle. James Katz, a professor of emerging media in COM and the director of the center, hosted the event and emphasized the use, impact […]

Better financial education would benefit college students, study suggests

As students at colleges such as Boston University struggle to manage their finances while living independently, a new report shows early financial education could have alleviated their stress. “There’s enough pressure in college to not have the added pressure of not being able to figure out what’s happening with your money and why you’re always […]