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THC for HIV: Researchers connect psychoactive ingredient of medical marijuana to HIV treatment

THC for HIV: Researchers connect psychoactive ingredient of medical marijuana to HIV treatment

Approximately 50,000 new HIV infections are reported in the United States every year, according to the […]

WeWork aims to create dynamic office spaces for startups

WeWork aims to create dynamic office spaces for startups

Work might bring to mind images of cubicles from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but many startups […]

Something Sweet for winter’s close: Cupcake cafe offers seasonal menu

Something Sweet for winter’s close: Cupcake cafe offers seasonal menu

As February comes to an end, it’s hard not to look ahead to spring in anticipation. […]

So you think you can dance?: BU Hip-Hop hosts break dancing event on campus

So you think you can dance?: BU Hip-Hop hosts break dancing event on campus

More than 20 individuals of varying size, age and gender breathed life into the squeaky-floored dance […]

Business is Booming: Entrepreneurship Club helps ambitious students turn visions into reality throughout decade

The first day Esteban da Cruz, a School of Management senior, walked into the College of Arts […]

by · February 25, 2014 · 1 comment · Features, Spotlight, Weeklies
A place to ‘build stuff’: Touring Boston University’s EPIC facilities

A place to ‘build stuff’: Touring Boston University’s EPIC facilities

“Making stuff is cool.” So says Gerry Fine, director of Boston University’s Engineering Product Innovation Center, where […]

New Balance funding launches BU varsity lacrosse program

Although the Boston University men’s lacrosse team has only played three games in its franchise history, […]

The Day of the Locust: Adam Aries immortalized in photography showcase

Though Adam Aries, also known by friends as “Zidney Fiendish,” died suddenly in his sleep three […]

Any way and every way: BU Triathlon Team prepares for half-marathon

Eat. Sleep. Swim. Run. Bike. Repeat. The common athlete mantra has a few more steps in […]

by · February 18, 2014 · 0 comments · Features, Spotlight, Weeklies

Smaller is better: Researchers at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., discover new technique to analyze space dust

“Space dust” might sound like something out of a 1950s-era science fiction novel, but such particles […]