BU Alum Spreads Empathy, Friendship Through Filmmaking

What if there were a place where people of radically different abilities and backgrounds came together, and through the power of friendship, made a movie, sang songs, and sometimes fell in love?

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Quad Abroad Opinion: Answering to the American People

QUAD ABROAD: DC EDITION ~ When America asks their Presidential candidates a question, we expect an answer.

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Chief Brief: How Intelligence Officials Prepare for a New President

QUAD ABROAD: DC Edition ~ The President goes from being a citizen to being the leader of the free world in a span of a few weeks. Who brings the President up to speed?

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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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Column: After New Hampshire: Moving Forward, Looking Backward

  The results at the Feb. 9 New Hampshire primaries were predictable for the past month, but would have been

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Millennial Republicans: Yes, You Read That Correctly

The words “Millennial” and “Republican” look like they belong in a BuzzFeed article titled “10 Words You Never See Together.”

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