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Werner Herzog speaks about experience in filmmaking and directing

Werner Herzog speaks about experience in filmmaking and directing

Caroline Enos and Morgan Hume

April 3, 2019


Filed under Arts & Culture, Film

Acclaimed German director Werner Herzog visited Boston University (BU) on March 25 to discuss his career in filmmaking as part of the university’s ongoing “Conversations in the Arts and Ideas” series. Herzog’s lecture, “Every Man For Himself, and God Against All,” not only outlined his career...

Environmental Club denied space in Boston Common for Earth Day event

Environmental Club denied space in Boston Common for Earth Day event

Heather Rutherford

April 8, 2015


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

Suffolk’s Environmental Club is searching for a new place to host their first annual Earth Day Fest after the city’s Parks and Recreation department rejected their permit to host the event in the  Boston Common. The Environmental Club, partnering with Boston University’s Environmental Coalition,...

#NotAReligiousConflict: Faith community discusses Israel and Palestine

#NotAReligiousConflict: Faith community discusses Israel and Palestine

Alexa Gagosz

March 25, 2015


Filed under Featured Stories, World

During a panel discussing Islamic belief, Christianity, and Judaism, the Palestinian and Israeli conflict was analyzed by three prominent individuals of the religious community of the Boston area. Hosted by Boston University’s Students for Justice in Palestine, Jewish Voices for Peace, and the Center...

Abramson, Carr talk New York Times and future of journalism

Abramson, Carr talk New York Times and future of journalism

Melissa Hanson

October 22, 2014


Filed under Boston, News

Jill Abramson, in a jovial conversation with David Carr, on Monday spoke on the future of journalism, her firing from The New York Times, and announced her plans to create a startup. The event filled Boston University’s Tsai Performance Center. Abramson, 60, is the former executive editor of The...

Abramson, Carr talk New York Times and future of journalism

Melissa Hanson

October 20, 2014


Filed under Boston, News

Jill Abramson, in a jovial conversation with David Carr, spoke on Monday about the future of journalism, her firing from The New York Times, and announced her plans to create a startup. The event filled Boston University’s Tsai Performance Center, as Abramson, the former New York Times executive ed...

Boston College wins third consecutive Beanpot

February 15, 2012


Filed under Sports

Matthew Bacon Journal Staff College hockey fans were treated to possibly one of the best Beanpot championship games ever on Monday night as Boston College defeated Boston University 3-2 in overtime to take their third straight Beanpot title. Read More »...

Boston University draws Kansas in opening round

Boston University draws Kansas in opening round

Alex Hall

March 15, 2011


Filed under Sports

After winning the America East Conference championship in impressive fashion, the Terriers of Boston University have qualified for the NCAA Men's Basketball Division I tournament. BU has been on quite a roll since the New Year commenced, losing only four of their last 19 contests en route to adding...

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