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Boston Comic Con ’14: Creator Interviews, Part 3

They came with Pikachus. They came with Batarangs. They came with tails, oversized mallets, spandex, trench coats, and lots of double-stick tape. And they came by the thousands. This past weekend, the […]
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BU Today

Battling Ebola: The Ethical Issues

An experimental medicine, never tested on humans, was given to two American aid workers and a Spanish priest infected with the Ebola virus, while hundreds have gone untreated. Should the untested serum be used on people—and if so, who should get it? George Annas, ethicist and a William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor at BU, offers his thoughts on these and other dilemmas presented by the Ebola epidemic.
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The Quad

Boston Comic Con ’14: Creator Interviews, Part 2

They came with Pikachus. They came with Batarangs. They came with tails, oversized mallets, spandex, trench coats, and lots of double-stick tape. And they came by the thousands. This past weekend, the […]
The Quad
The Quad

Boston Comic Con ’14: Creator Interviews, Part 1

They came with Pikachus. They came with Batarangs. They came with tails, oversized mallets, spandex, trench coats, and lots of double-stick tape. And they came by the thousands. This past weekend, […]
The Quad
BU Today

We’ll Be Back Soon

We’re well into the dog days of August, and that means it’s time for us to take a short break. We’ll be dark for the next two weeks, and we’ll return on Monday, August 25, just in time to welcome members of the Class of 2018 arriving to take part in the First-Year Student Outreach Program […]
BU Today
BU Today

Jamie Wyeth Show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

For more than six decades, painter Jamie Wyeth has toiled in the shadow of his famous grandfather, illustrator and painter N.C. Wyeth, and his even more famous father, Andrew, who died in 2009 at 91. Now, at 68, the younger Wyeth is finally getting his due in a new exhibit currently on view at the […]
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BU Culture Shock

The Fourth Bio

Blogger problems: changing the bio on your author page every year.
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Daily Free Press

Boston Fire Department responds to chemical reaction at Ingalls

Shortly after 2 p.m. on Thursday, the Boston Fire Department responded to a reported chemical reaction at 44 Cummington St., home of Boston University’s W. Bradford Ingalls Engineering Resource Center. A graduate student working in the lab had opened a container with an unidentified chemical and had a reaction upon inhalation, said BFD spokesman Steve […]
Daily Free Press
Daily Free Press

Petitions drafted in support of adjunct professor unionization

Several students, alumni and full-time professors at Boston University have launched petitions to advocate for the unionization of part-time faculty, a change they say will provide adjunct professors with greater job security, higher wages, better working conditions and a wider range of benefits. College of Engineering sophomore Declan Bowman, a member of BU’s Student Labor […]
Daily Free Press
Daily Free Press

Men’s basketball unveils 2014-15 schedule

The 2014-15 campaign may be considered a rebuilding year for the Boston University men’s basketball team, but the Terriers are taking no steps back in terms of their opponents. Fourth-year coach Joe Jones announced the team’s official schedule Monday, which is highlighted by a pre-season trip to Italy, several key non-conference matchups – including a […]
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