How HER House Helps Women With Education and Community

Standing apart from the uniform-looking brownstones on Bay State Road, the red brick Harriet E. Richards (HER) House has opened its ornate

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Ai Weiwei’s Political Art Comes to Boston

Can art be political?  The Chinese government thinks so. Ai Weiwei, an artist, human rights activist and outspoken critic of Beijing,

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The Writing Barrier for Chinese International Students at a U.S. University

For Ziying Zhong, a student from Shenzhen, China, the most challenging aspect of her college education has been writing and

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Sneaker Culture: East Coast Aesthetic

While walking down Commonwealth Avenue, we sometimes catch a glimpse of a pair of classic Air Jordan 1s or a pair

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Photo Story: Behind the Lens of Boston Marathon Bombing Photographer

April 19, 2013. Joshua Touster, a photojournalist and Watertown resident, receives a call from a friend who is panicking, telling him to

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Inside the Fight for $15

In 2015, adjunct professors at BU voted to unionize and begin negotiating a new contract with the university’s administration. More than

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Upcoming: Filter at Middle East

Richard Patrick, frontman of Filter and former touring guitarist for Nine Inch Nails, doesn’t understand Adam Lanza, Charles Manson or

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BU’s CTE Research May Lead to Regulations on Children’s Contact Sports

WASHINGTON – Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, has been garnering more and more recognition as fears grow about the progressive,

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Smoker, Toker, Skeptical Voter: Legislators Hesitate Legalizing Marijuana

Marijuana has dominated the news cycle over the past few months. With a vote to legalize recreational marijuana in Massachusetts coming

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