Boston University News Releases


30th January, 2004
Boston University School of Theatre Arts Announces the Return of Collaborative Dance Project Aurora Borealis (Boston, Mass.)—For the second year, Boston University School of Theatre Arts will collaborate with the University’s Dance Program to produce Aurora Borealis: A Festival of Light and Dance. This dance performance combines the work of the College of Fine Art’s lighting designers, choreographers and...
27th January, 2004
2004 Democratic Primary: Unconventional Learning (Boston, Mass.) – Students in the journalism department of Boston University’s College of Communication have been traveling to New Hampshire to report alongside thousands of seasoned media professionals in the state for the 2004 Democratic Primary. Since January 20, a chartered bus of nearly 50...
22nd January, 2004
Liberia's Ruth Sando Perry Named Next Boston University African President-In-Residence (Boston, Mass.) — Ruth Sando Perry, the only female African head of state in modern times, has been appointed the next Balfour African President-in-Residence at Boston University’s African Presidential Archives and Research Center (APARC). A former legislator, teacher, and bank executive, she served...
20th January, 2004
Legendary Lost Original Version of Cassavetes' First Film Rediscovered By Boston University Professor (Boston, Mass.) — The never-released original version of pioneer independent filmmaker John Cassavetes’ first feature film has been found after a 17-year hunt by Boston University film studies Professor Ray Carney. The 16 mm rendition made in 1957-58 has been presumed destroyed. A second version,...
14th January, 2004
"California Dreamin’ Camera Clubs and the Pictorial Photography Tradition" First Ever Exhibition of California Pictorialism on the East Coast (Boston, Mass.) — The Boston University Art Gallery (BUAG) is excited to announce California Dreamin’: Camera Clubs and the Pictorial Photography Tradition opening at the gallery on Thursday, January 29th. California Dreamin’ examines the very active, yet relatively under examined tradition of pictorial...
9th January, 2004
John Schulz Named Dean of Boston University's College of Communication (Boston, Mass.) — Boston University announced that John J. Schulz has been named dean of its College of Communication, following a vote by the University’s Board of Trustees during its annual winter meeting. Schulz was appointed to a one-year term as dean following Brent Baker’s resignation...
7th January, 2004
Boston University School of Social Work Receives $1 Million Grant From National Children's Bureau (Boston, Mass.) — With approximately a half-million foster children in the United States today, more than 20,000 leave or “age-out” of foster care each year upon reaching their 18th birthday. Many of these young adults need to deal with employment, education, housing and health, skills on their...