On Street Pianos, Community, and Engaging With Public Art

The ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’ project inspires a look at the Boston public arts scene and what public art can do for a community.

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It Hurts To Win: Wrestling Team’s Unique Final Year Inspires Independent Documentary

Division one team, tenured coach, two nationally ranked athletes, and one year left. “It Hurts To Win,” a documentary film in the works, is the story of the BU wrestling team who learned their program would be cut after the 2013-14 season.

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Looking to Get Away? Seven Non-BU Study Abroad and Volunteer Programs

With various offices and programs throwing BU Abroad promotions on the walls of buildings and in the faces of students since day one, many BU students aren’t aware that there are, in fact, abroad programs outside of BU. They exist. And they’re awesome.

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This Year’s Wounds Will Heal

It’s difficult to comprehend the number of tragedies, freak accidents, and acts of malice that Boston has seen this year. With the graduation of Boston University’s Class of 2013, it’s clear that nothing, no matter how harsh, can completely diminish the spirit of this city.

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