Category: Postcards

Postcards to the Core

Howdy “ya’ll”! ONE WEEK and I’ll be back in Boston. I hope all of you are doing well and I can’t wait to see you all! Winona Geia sas, Core office! Greetings from Greece! We went here on Sunday! Watched Prof. Samons “frolick” gleefully. Thank you for the opportunity. With love, The BU Phillhellenes 2014 […]

BU in Athens: the Philhellenes’ Summer Trip, 2014

{ A guest post from Prof. James Uden of the Department of Classics; cross-posted from the Classics departmental homepage. } Do Athenians ever sleep? No doubt many of the BU students who spent a month in Athens this summer were already accustomed to staying up late, but the Greeks really showed them how to make […]

Alumni Profiles: Danielle Isaacs

(Core ’07 CAS ’09) Years at Boston University: 4 years. Current location: Washington DC. Company and Title: Fine Art Specialist at Weschler’s Auctioneers and Appraisers Recent activities: Danielle writes: I completed my MA in fine and decorative art at the Sotheby’s Institute in London in 2011. I organized a sale of vintage film posters at Weschler’s from […]

Postcard from Prof. Eckel

Dear Zach and Rose, This is what Denali – the Great One – looks like on the rare day that it drops its veil and shows its face. An awesome sight. I hope all’s well in the Core. Warm regards, David Eckel

Postcards to the Core: from Phnom Penh

Postmarked August 1, from Cambodia – Phnom Penh is amazing! So much to see and do and Cambodians are incredibly friendly! I hope all is well at the Core office! – Abby Simon, Core ’06, CAS ’09

Postcards to the Core: from Spain

¡Hola Core Family! I traveled to London with some friends last weekend and actually got to see this painting in person! I also ran into about half of BU at the dorms there, haha. I hope you all are doing well and the freshmen are continuing on to their second year in the fall. I’ll […]

Postcards to the Core: from Paris

Dear Core, Hola! I am on a mini-break from Paris, in Madrid right now, where I had the treat of spending the day in the Prado. Velázquez and Goya close up are really an experience. I never really “got” the singular appeal of Las meninas or The 2nd of May until I was there, in […]