Boston University News Releases


31st January, 2006
Boston University Hosts Chris Patten, Last British Governor of Hong Kong (Boston) — Chris Patten, the last British governor of Hong Kong and now chancellor of Oxford and Newcastle Universities in England, will speak at Boston University on Thursday, February 2, 2006, following an introduction by BU President Robert Brown. Patten will speak on the subject...
30th January, 2006
Series of On-Campus Events to Help Provide Child with Life-Saving Surgery (Boston) – The Boston University (BU) Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Rotaract Club is teaming up with Gift of Life International to sponsor life-saving surgery for a child with a congenital heart defect. Rotaract Club is aiming to raise $10,000 by December...
20th January, 2006
Boston University School of Theatre Presents the Fourth Annual Aurora Borealis: A Festival of Lights and Dance (Boston)—The Boston University College of Fine Arts will collaborate with the University’s Dance Program to produce “Aurora Borealis: A Festival of Light and Dance.” This year's production will feature the work of student choreographer Gabrielle Orcha, along with other student work from the Boston...
6th January, 2006
Statistical Study by Boston University Physicist Shows Soccer 'Most Competitive' Pro Team Sport (Boston) — A scientific measure of sporting competitiveness shows that soccer is the most “interesting” sport to follow while American football is the most predictable, according to study by a Boston University theoretical physicist and two colleagues. Professor Sidney Redner wanted...