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Terriers at the Olympics: Mennigen highlights week one in London with gold

It has been a busy week in London for the Olympics, a week that included competition from six different former Boston University athletes. Here is a look at how each of the former Terriers have done so far at the games. Men’s Rowing Three BU alumni are participating in the Olympic rowing competition in London […]

Student injured in NZ back stateside for treatment

After being airlifted to Waikato Hospital from the vehicular accident in New Zealand on May 12, Boston University School of Management junior Meg Theriault returned to Boston on a medi-flight, hospital officials said. “Meg’s made huge progress and I think she’s further ahead than we thought she would be at this point,” said Grant Christey, […]

BU student found guilty of careless driving, careless driving causing death

Boston University School of Hospitality Administration junior Stephen Houseman pleaded guilty and was subsequently charged and fined in an Auckland court in New Zealand Wednesday morning. Houseman faced three counts of careless driving causing death and four counts of careless driving causing injury after the van he was driving last month crashed, as previously reported […]

Student in coma after New Zealand crash awakes, speaks

Boston University student Margaret “Meg” Theriault spoke to her parents and hospital staff Wednesday for the first time since she was critically injured in the New Zealand car accident on May 12, hospital officials said. Theriault, a School of Management junior, is awake after she was put in a medically induced coma at Waikato Hospital […]

Road conditions in NZ crash analyzed by expert, police

The following article is the second in a two-part series about safety for students studying abroad. Poor road conditions may have contributed to the May 12 car crash in New Zealand, said a New Zealand–based road safety expert, although police have ruled road conditions out as a factor in the accident. Clive Matthew-Wilson, editor of […]