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Shrek the Musical: From swamp, to stage, to silver screen

Once upon a time, David Lindsay-Abaire won a Pulitzer. What he did after that makes him […]

REVIEW: Captain Phillips’ perfect premise still disappoints

If all movies from now on were built solely on Tom Hanks and xenophobia, worse things […]

REVIEW: Unknown Mortal Orchestra brings modern psychedelia to Brighton Music Hall

It’s slightly awkward to use the term “new age” to describe psychedelic rock, a genre so […]

INTERVIEW: Ruban Nielson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Ruban Nielson is the brain behind Unknown Mortal Orchestra, the 1960s-influenced group that headlined Boston’s Brighton […]

Lighting up at BU

Lighting up at BU

Smokers on campus engage in the debate on e-cigarette use. Lauren Howard, a College of Arts […]

Boston-based researchers make new development in stem cell research

Boston-based researchers make new development in stem cell research

Stem cell research is surrounded by loaded controversy over the bioethical issues that it poses. What many […]

Review: Don’t place your bets on Runner Runner

Review: Don’t place your bets on Runner Runner

Justin Timberlake has dominated pop culture for more than a decade with number-one hits, VMA performances […]

Man behind the machine: An engineer for the Curiosity rover talks about the mission on Mars

Man behind the machine: An engineer for the Curiosity rover talks about the mission on Mars

After obtaining a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Boston University in 2005, Matthew Heverly found […]

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital find new mutations linked to Alzheimer’s Disease

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital find new mutations linked to Alzheimer’s Disease

Did you know that Alzheimer’s disease could strike as early as 40 years old in some […]

Gravity: Groundbreaking 3D at last

Gravity: Groundbreaking 3D at last

Within the first 15 minutes of Gravity, as the camera slowly floats toward Dr. Stone (Sandra Bullock), […]