It’s Friday, so Joe Buck only has one thing on his schedule. He just left Kinko’s, where he gets his gameday boards printed and bound. The boards are 11 inches wide and 17 inches long and spiral bound with opposing teams’ offenses and defenses on back-to-back pages. He’s spent a couple hours each of the … Continue reading The Luckiest Kid in the World
BOSTON – The Fenway Community Center is packed. Voters are lined up from the check-in desk to the entrance – a glass door smattered with posters advertising events like the weekly vinyasa flow yoga class Wednesday evenings, a plant-based vegan potluck and a coming art gallery – about 15 feet away. Each of the 12 … Continue reading First-Time Voters Buoy Midterm Participation Numbers
BOSTON – In a hockey game that quickly became a track meet, Boston University (10-11-3, 8-6-2 HEA) fell to visiting University of Massachusetts Amherst (20-5, 12-3 HEA) 7-5 on Friday, Feb. 1. The Terriers, who had won their last four games against Hockey East opponents, were without senior captain Bobo Carpenter for the second game … Continue reading Terriers Drop Barn Burner to Minutemen
On Christmas Day, Jerry and Delilah Lintner celebrated the holiday with their seven children, bringing together the whole family for the first time all year.
Director Trey Pratt and singers Fern Bromley and Regan Tierney discuss what makes the Boston University Choral Society so special Produced by Jacob Lintner and Chris Larabee
BOSTON – In their first wins against their Comm Ave rivals in more than two years, the Boston University Terriers (6-4-4, 5-4-4 WHEA) swept the Boston College Eagles (12-6, 9-4 WHEA) in a home-and-home weekend series Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. It was a weekend full of firsts for the Terriers: the first time they’ve … Continue reading Terriers Earn First Sweep of Eagles in Program History
BOSTON – This Friday and Saturday, BU (2-3-3, 2-3-3 WHEA) will host Vermont (2-6-3, 2-5-1 WHEA) in a two-game set at Walter Brown Arena. These are the Terriers’ first home games since Oct. 20, and a couple wins could go a long way in aiding BU’s case for the postseason. The Terriers are coming off … Continue reading Terriers Try to Gain Ground in Hockey East Against Vermont
Stage managers Jolie Frazer and Eric Simon and setting / costume designer Steven Doucette discuss the preparation and hopes for the Boston University School of Theater's production of Tony Kushner's "Angels in America"
BOSTON – The first pitch of the 2018 World Series was thrown at 8:09 p.m. Tuesday, but fans, spectators and people from all walks of life flocked to Fenway Park and historic Jersey Street hours before game time to experience the World Series atmosphere. “I’ve been here since 7 o’clock this morning,” John Ovesen, a … Continue reading The World Series Comes to Jersey Street
Jun Mai (CFA'21) is a sophomore at Boston University, pursuing a dual degree in piano performance and linguistics. These five photos show one afternoon of Mai practicing his beloved piano.