Category: Student News & Voices

Life of [Kerin] Riley visits northern Ireland

Kerin spent President’s Day weekend in Northern Ireland and got a chance to view the Peace Walls and political murals in Belfast.  She experienced firsthand the contentious culture of the region when the bouncers at a bar declined to allow their friend from Dublin in because he spoke with a “southern Ireland” accent, was from […]

SED junior pinning tonight

The School of Education (SED) will host their annual Junior Pinning ceremony tonight at 7:30 PM in SMG 105.  SED established the event to honor students as they enter the final professional coursework of their academic programs and to provide an opportunity for those students to celebrate their commitment to the education profession. During this […]

The Life of [Kerin] Riley

CAS Junior Kerin Riley left for Dublin on January 20 for 4 months to study at Dublin City University and intern at an international law firm. Riley is chronicling her experiences, good and bad, on her blog The Life of [Kerin] Riley which hosts messages to family and friends at home, pictures from her travels, […]

Beanpot begins tonight

Men’s hockey will play Boston College at the Garden tonight at 8 PM after Harvard and Northeastern face off at 5 PM.  Couldn’t get tickets?  BU Today will be live Tweeting from the game using #BUBeanpot streaming on their homepage.  Both games will also be televised live in HD on NESN (channel 35 in the […]

COM Names Redstone Finalists

The Boston University (BU) College of Communication (COM) has announced the finalists for the 2011 Redstone Film Festival. Finalists will complete for first, second and third place, and winners will be announced at the screening event, Wednesday, February 9th at 7:00 p.m. at BU’s Tsai Performance Center (685 Commonwealth Ave., Boston). Open to the public, […]

Findings from IP Dig Exhibited in Spain

The work of Associate Director Dr. Amalia Pérez-Juez at our Menorca Field School in Archaeology & Heritage Management in Spain, and her team of colleagues and students, is currently being exhibited near their former excavation site, Torre d’en Galmès.  Their dig, lasting almost 10 years, resulted in the discovery of rare final traces of the last […]