Boston University News Releases


29th January, 2000
Boston University Hosts First-ever "e-day"500 To Attend First And Largest Student-run Event About Challenges Of E-commerce Economy WHO: Boston University School of Management’s marketing and techno-MBA students have joined forces to bring to campus the top local ".com" gurus, including: · Keynote speaker Michael Bronner, chair, Digitas (formerly Bronnercom) · Stamatis Astras, founder of Telegea.com
24th January, 2000
Opera Institute to Present Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi and Dominick Argento’s Postcard from Morocco (Boston, Mass.) — The Boston University Opera Institute and Chamber Orchestra will present the first mainstage production of the 1999-2000 season, a double-bill of two one-act operas—Giacomo Puccini’s hilarious Gianni Schicchi and Dominick Argento’s mysterious Postcard from Morocco. Directed by...
17th January, 2000
Boston University to Celebrate Vision of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boston, MA — Boston University will celebrate its 17th annual commemoration of the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 21, 2002. The theme of this year's King Day program is "A Great World House" ¾ Dr. King's belief that the people of the world must learn to live together peacefully.
12th January, 2000
Study Shows Quality of Pressure Ulcer Care Improving in Nursing Homes BOSTON, MA — In a recent study released in the January issue of the Journal of the American Geriatric Society, Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and School of Public Health researchers, in conjunction with the Veteran's Health Administration, have shown a significant improvement in the...
9th January, 2000
Study Finds Youth Drinkers More Likely to Drink and Drive, Get in Alcohol-Related Crashes as Adults Boston, MA — The younger people are when they start drinking alcohol, the more likely they are to drive after excessive drinking and get into alcohol-related car crashes over the course of their adult lives, according to a new study conducted at Boston University's School of Public Health.
3rd January, 2000
Mapping Cities, Celestial Images, and Orbit: NASA Astronauts Photograph the Earth (Boston, Mass.) — Three exhibitions that inaugurate the millennium at Boston University chronicle how the world and the heavens have been understood and depicted by people throughout the ages. Opening January 14 and running through February 24, Mapping Cities will be on exhibition at the Boston...