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TD Garden to undergo $70 million makeover in next 2 years

In hopes of improving the entire experience of Boston Bruins fans, Boston Celtics fans and concert attendees, TD Garden will go through a $70 million comprehensive renovation over the next two years. This renovation, announced Monday, will be led by Charlie Jacobs, the principal of Delaware North Companies Inc. The arena will receive a new ProShop […]

Student Government candidates speak out on complaints, violations

Eighteen complaints of violations of the Boston University Elections Code have been directed at both TrueBU and BU’s Push to Start, two slates competing in the Student Government executive board elections. The complaints filed with the Student Elections Commission leave TrueBU with 551 violation points, which will discount 1.5 days of voting for the slate […]

ENG professor receives award for outstanding teaching, research

Boston University associate professor of biomedical engineering Catherine Klapperich was selected as the inaugural holder of the Dorf-Ebner Distinguished Faculty Fellow award for her extensive and groundbreaking research in the fields of science and engineering. The award is issued once every five years and grants the recipient $100,000 in research or initiative funding over a […]

Average BU full professor compensated $210,700

Boston University full-time professor salaries have increased over the last year at a rate lower than the national average, according to a report published Monday by the American Association of University Professors. Full professors a BU receive an average annual salary of $161,600 and an average of $210,700 in total compensation each year, according to […]

Local figures offer leadership panel for Boston Marathon

Leading up to the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative and the Metro Boston Homeland Security Region presented a leadership program Tuesday  to help individuals in security and emergency-related fields improve their leadership abilities. An estimated 250 people attended the forum at Hynes Convention Center , titled “Whole Community Resistance: […]