3 hrs ago
Asian American Commission Unity Dinner celebrates health care leaders
The Asian American Commission hosted its seventh annual Unity Dinner at the George Sherman Union at Boston University on May 14.
7 hrs ago
How music students are aiding victims of the Boston bombing
The pianist Moises Fernandez Via leads an arts research and innovation initiative at Boston University.
Thu May 23, 2013
Proposed Chemical Health Policy Changes Defeated
The Westborough School Committee voted 3-2 against its subcommittee's proposed clarifications to its chemical health policy on Wednesday night.
BWW TV Exclusive: Meet the 2013 Tony Nominees- Peter DuBois on...
BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge was thrilled to sit down and speak with nearly all of this year's Tony Award nominees at the official Tonys Meet & Greet on May 1, 2013, and we will be bringing you special coverage on all of them throughout the awards season.
A haven for teens who are arts-minded
Students rehearse jazz selections for their upcoming spring concert at the Regional Center for the Arts in Trumbull, Conn.
Powerful Gisele BA1 4ndchen Gets Support From Her Stunning Sister
Gisele BA1 4ndchen had her sister Gabriele BA1 4ndchen by her side when she attended a private party thrown in her honor by photographer Johan Lindeberg in NYC last night.
Jay Carney: Criticisms over handling of scandals legitimate
The White House admitted Wednesday that its handling of information about three big simultaneous scandals has produced justifiable press frustration and suspicion.
Gov. Deval Patrick: Tim Murray leaving 'very big hole'
Gov. Deval Patrick said yesterday that Tim Murray's resignation as lieutenant governor "leaves a very big hole" in his lame-duck administration - but it's a hole, experts say, that's easily filled.
Wed May 22, 2013
Conference to Sharpen System Skills in PT Practice
The conference "Face the Storm: Gaining the System Skills Needed to Succeed in the Changing Healthcare Environment," co-sponsored by Boston University's Health & Disability Research Institute and the American Physical Therapy Association , is set to target the need to develop system skills as a key component of physical therapy practice.
Author Mitchell Zuckoff publishes "Frozen In Time"
Mitchell is the author of six books and a professor of journalism at Boston University, where he teaches feature writing and narrative journalism.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Daily Free Press
BU to offer MOOCs after joining online course platform edX
Boston University will join online course platform edX to create increased flexible learning options for students both on and off campus, according to a Tuesday press release.
Researchers find genetic risk factor for pulmonary fibrosis
A paper recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine and co-written by physicians and scientists at the University of Colorado School of Medicine finds that an important genetic risk factor for pulmonary fibrosis can be used to identify individuals at risk for this deadly lung disease.
Mon May 20, 2013
The driver of the truck that struck and killed visiting MIT scientist Kanako Miura as she rode her bicycle near Kenmore Square... Students and staff at MIT gathered Sunday evening for the second performance of UP: The Umbrella Project at Jack Barry Field.
Cape Cod Times
Washington scandals intrude on Mass. Senate race
The controversies swirling around the Obama administration - from the IRS targeting of conservative groups to lingering questions about last year's terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya - are threatening to engulf Massachusetts' special U.S. Senate election.
The slippery language Karl and ABC News adopted in describing the emails has drawn fire from media ethicists and veteran journalists.
Sun May 19, 2013
U.S. campuses wrestle with safety perceptions
The Boston Marathon bombings last month hit the home of some of the world's greatest universities.
Medical News Today
Hospital Use, Costs Not Increased By Massachusetts' Health Care Reform
Main Category: Health Insurance / Medical Insurance Also Included In: Medicare / Medicaid / SCHIP ; Public Health Article Date: 19 May 2013 - 0:00 PDT Massachusetts' healthcare reform didn't result in substantially more hospital use or higher costs, according to data presented at the American Heart Association's Quality of Care and Outcomes ... (more)
Sat May 18, 2013
The Macon Telegraph
High school abroad Mount de Sales student goes overseas for education
It isn’t the first country. It isn’t even the second country. And it’s not the first time she has been on her own.
Students shoot film using just an iPhone 4.0
When McDaniel College senior Ashley Hopkins graduates later this month, she will be able to tout the filmmaking skills she developed in college.