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Under the eye of the FBI

Writer and professor Asimov drawn into communist paranoia Among the anti-war protesters of Boston University in the 1960s, prolific science fiction writer and biochemist Isaac Asimov made a place for himself as a professor and mentor. Asimov wrote about everything from mystery and fantasy to science fiction to popular science, but he never wrote about […]

The Man. The Myth. The Legend: A look back on a decade as Dean of Students

Setting up microphones and fixing lights as an intern in the George Sherman Union, Kenneth Elmore never expected to be sitting in his own office at Boston University 28 years later celebrating 10 years as the Dean of Students. “It’s like so many things in life,” Elmore said. “You start out thinking one thing, and […]

A Ministry of Hospitality

A look into the religiously diverse demographic at a modern Boston University Boston University’s Charles River Campus, which is located at the heart of one of the nation’s most diverse cities, stretches across 1.3 miles of Commonwealth Avenue. With this location and immense physical size comes many drawbacks in creating a cohesive community and finding […]

Starting-up early

BU seniors discuss personal experiences with startups during their early college years Like many Boston University seniors, Connor McEwen spends much of his time involved in activities he cares about, such as playing intramural sports, eating, going to class and participating in Greek life and other clubs and activities on campus. And, like many other […]

From college campus to campaign office

BU senior shares her first-hand  experiences with Boston’s mayoral campaign Voices bounced off the white walls of John Connolly’s small campaign headquarters on Oct. 14 as volunteers made last minute phone calls informing eligible voters about the mayoral debate happening that night between City Councilor John Connolly and Mass. Rep. Martin Walsh. A volunteer in […]