Maya Lin, an award-winning designer, architect, and artist delivered the keynote address Thursday for the 43rd annual conference of the National Council of Arts Administrators. PHOTO BY L.E. CHARLES/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Maya Lin speaks on environmental art, architecture at BU

Celebrated architect and artist Maya Lin spoke about the issue of environmentalism and sustainable architecture Thursday […]

by · September 25, 2015 · 1 comment · Campus, News
Campus Crime Logs Sept. 18 – 22

Campus Crime Logs Sept. 18 – 22

The following reports were taken from the Boston University Police Department from Sept. 18 to 22. […]

by · September 24, 2015 · 0 comments · Campus, News
The Dean of Students office at Boston University is putting an emphasis on bike safety in the city of Boston. PHOTO BY SARAH SILBIGER/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Administration, BUPD put emphasis on bike safety

With an urban campus, Boston University is integrated with vibrant city life, but is also faced […]

by · September 24, 2015 · 0 comments · Campus, News
Boston Police Commissioner William Evans announced Sept. 15 that the Boston Police Department will launch a body camera pilot. PHOTO BY ALEXANDRA WIMLEY/DFP FILE PHOTO

Leaders, activists look forward to BPD body camera pilot

Following nearly a year of conversation between activism groups and state leaders, the Boston Police Department is […]

by · September 24, 2015 · 0 comments · City, News
The Boston Medical Center is attempting to be more environmentally friendly by reducing emissions 50 percent by 2020. PHOTO BY MARY SCHLICHTE/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Boston Medical Center aims to be green, lead way in sustainability efforts

Boston Medical Center plans to cut carbon dioxide gas emissions by 50 percent by the year 2020 […]

by · September 24, 2015 · 0 comments · City, News
Following their suspensions last semester, Delta Tau Delta and Kappa Sigma are back on campus. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY SARAH SILBIGER/DFP FILE PHOTO

Two fraternities reinstated, working on resolving issues

Beginning this semester, Boston University reinstated the fraternities Kappa Sigma and Delta Tau Delta as official […]

by and · September 24, 2015 · 1 comment · Campus, News
The Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center is one of the local nonprofits that received part of the $4 million grant from Boston Mayor Martin Walsh’s Office of Workforce Development. PHOTO COURTESY TECH GOES HOME/FLICKR

$4 million in grants to help residents with employment, education, empowerment

More than $4 million of new funding from the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development will provide Boston […]

by · September 24, 2015 · 0 comments · City, News
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, former Massachusetts Govs. Michael Dukakis and William Weld discussed a possible North Station-South Station railway link at the Massachusetts State House on Monday. PHOTO COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Working group begins conversations about a North-South Station railway link

Gubernatorial predecessors William Weld and Michael Dukakis met with current Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker Monday at […]

by · September 23, 2015 · 0 comments · City, News
Tyler Durniak, CAS '17, uses a computer loaded with public affairs programming and educational resources inside the visiting C-SPAN bus on Boston University's Charles River Campus Tuesday. PHOTO BY DANIEL GUAN/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

C-SPAN brings bus to campus to increase voter awareness

C-SPAN’s Campaign 2016 Bus visited Boston University Tuesday, introducing the TV network’s customized campaign app that […]

by · September 23, 2015 · 0 comments · Campus, News
The Pioneer Institute released a brief Monday explaining how four bills currently in the Massachusetts State Legislature could hurt ridesharing companies' business. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY BETSEY GOLDWASSER/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Regulation for Lyft, Uber could hurt business, report finds

According to a policy brief published Monday by the Pioneer Institute, three regulatory bills currently before […]

by · September 23, 2015 · 0 comments · City, News