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Flying: From Dream to Takeoff
Like many of her Navy ROTC peers at BU, Denise Miller (ENG'10) has always dreamed of becoming a pilot. Miller comes from a family that bleeds Navy -- a sister who's a 2008 Naval Academy graduate and a surface warfare officer on the carrier USS Ronald Reagan, and parents, now retired, who met as young naval enlistees stationed in Guam. At NAS Pensacola Miller piloted a Cessna, learned which planes use which fuel, how to navigate with a whiz wheel, how to swim through a flaming oil slick, and how to make a life preserver out of her pants. Read the full story on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2011/flying-from-dream-to-takeoff/
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How to Make a Kinetic Sculpture
David Roy (CAS'74) shows us his process for making a kinetic sculpture.
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Inside Pixar
Story artist Christian Roman gives us a behind the scenes look at the Pixar animation process.
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Joan Baez performs "We Shall Overcome" at the March on Washington
Joan Baez performs "We Shall Overcome" at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in Washington D.C. on August 28, 1963. Public Domain footage from the National Archives and Records Administration
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BU Hockey's Freshman Phenom
A short profile of Jack Eichel, Boston University freshman and one of college hockey's most talked about players.
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Painting with Light
The BU Photography Club paints with light, using LED lights and flying, flaming objects to create glowing rings of fire and playful scenes, such as a battle with "light sabers." Read the full story on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2012/bu-photography-club-capturing-life/
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Restoring the USS Constitution
The USS Constitution enters dry dock for a 3-year restoration project.
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Developing the Bionic Pancreas
Associate Professor Edward Damiano and his family talking about living with type 1 diabetes and his effort to build a bionic pancreas.
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How to Stuff a Turkey Breast
David Strock of Boston University's Food & Wine Experiential Programs demonstrates how to butterfly and stuff a turkey breast as an alternative to cooking a whole turkey for Thanksgiving. Read the story on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2013/how-to-carve-a-turkey
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Telling America's Untold Story
COM professor and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson, author of the acclaimed book "The Warmth of Other Suns," talks about how writing the book provided a connection to her family's past.
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Student Speaker Yasmin Younis (COM’18)
Student speaker Yasmin Younis (COM’18) addresses the Class of 2018 at Boston University's 145th All-University Commencement. Read the full story on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2018/rep-john-lewis-commencement-address-to-bu-class-of-2018/
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Life as a Zookeeper at the Franklin Park Zoo
Go behind the scenes with Hannah Keklak (CAS'11) as she trains and tends to the farm animals at Franklin Park Zoo. Read more about Hannah Keklak in BU Today: https://www.bu.edu/today/2016/hannah-keklak-zookeeper-franklin-park-zoo/
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Boston University Welcomes the World’s Grad Students
At BU, you’ll find a welcoming community and a supportive university. Wherever you’re from. To view this video on Youku, visit http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjY4OTk3OTcyNA==#paction
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Lost in Translation
Hector Roman, a bilingual aphasic patient, receives treatment from therapist Danielle Tsibulsky (SAR'10); additional commentary provided by Swathi Kiran, a SAR associate professor of speech, language, and hearing sciences.
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East, West, or South?
East, West, or South Campus—which is the best place to live? Each offers its own advantages. Boston University students weigh in on where they prefer to call home.
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Equestrian Team Makes It Look Easy
In the video above, watch members of the Boston University Equestrian Team as they practice and compete. Riding requires a combination of physical strength, smarts, and "feel" for a horse.
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The Connectome
Assistant professor Bobby Kasthuri (MED) explains how mapping the way neurons connect could unlock the secrets to being human.
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Bang a U-ey, Rotary, and Other Boston Slang
Boston University students talk about the unique words Bostonians use when describing a water fountain, milk shake, liquor store, and more. Read more about Boston slang in BU Today: https://www.bu.edu/today/2017/mastering-boston-slang/
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Physical Therapy of the Four-Legged Variety
Judy Coates is a physical therapist for humans, but she also works with dogs. In this video, Coates (SED'74,'81, SAR'86) demonstrates her work as a canine rehabilitation therapist with three post-surgical dogs. Read the full story on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2012/physical-therapy-of-the-four-legged-variety/
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Athletes in Motion: The Javelin Throw
BU track & field athlete Devon Lattrell (CAS’16, SAR’16) talks about the preparation and technique behind his javelin throw.
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Sarah Saucedo on Working for an International Law Firm
When she entered BU Law, Sarah Saucedo ('06) had no concrete picture of where she wanted to be five years after graduation. What she did have was a clear vision of who she was as a person, an understanding of what was important in her life, and a firm conviction that a legal career would be the best way to pursue her passion for international affairs.
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When Stuff Takes Over
What compels hoarders to save every newspaper, cardboard box, and item of clothing? Gail Steketee, a [...]professor of psychology and dean of the School of Social Work, has been studying hoarding for 15 years and is the coauthor of three books on the subject. Her most recent, written with Randy Frost, a professor of psychology at Smith College, is "Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things."
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Athletes in Motion: The Triple Jump
BU track & field athlete David Oluwadara (ENG’17) talks about his triple jump technique.
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The Couple Behind Brooklyn Brew Shop
Former film majors Stephen Valand (CAS'07, COM'07) and Erica Shea (CGS'04, COM'06), owners of Brooklyn Brew Shop, talk about the rise of their successful business, which sells small one-gallon home brew kits to budding, causal, and apartment-dwelling home brewers.
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LGBT Voices: Zac's Story
Zac Brokenrope (SED'12) discusses how he survived bullying and an attempted suicide in his home state of Nebraska and then found a new life and supportive community at BU.
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Good-Bye Mom, Hello College
BU's class of 2020 moves onto campus and says goodbye to the parents who have raised them for the last eighteen years. Read more about the Class of 2020 saying good-bye in BU Today: https://www.bu.edu/today/2016/good-bye/
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Escape Hatch: The Tough Choices of Treefrog Embryos
Boston University biologist Karen Warkentin has found that red-eyed treefrog embryos are capable of assessing a variety of threats in surprising ways, and if danger presents itself, they can choose to hatch days earlier than they typically would. The process is called environmentally cued hatching, and in the last decade researchers have found evidence that it works for all kinds of animals—from flatworms and snails to fishes, from frogs and salamanders to turtles and birds.
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Remembering the Wigwam: Braves Field and Nickerson Field
As Fenway Park celebrates its 100th birthday, BU Today recalls the nearly four decades when Boston's other major league baseball team, the Boston Braves, played on what is today Boston University's Nickerson Field. Read the two-part series on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2012/braves-field-remembering-the-wigwam/ http://www.bu.edu/today/2012/braves-field-remembering-the-wigwam-2/
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Cooking 101: Tofu Tacos
Elizabeth Treiber, a nutritionist at Boston University Sargent Choice Nutrition Center, prepares tofu tacos. Using popular spices such as cumin, cayenne, and chili powder, Treiber adds plenty of flavor to crumbled tofu, which is a great source of protein in place of meat. Read more about recipes and kitchen essentials in BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2016/cooking-101-recipes-and-kitchen-essentials/
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Matt Grzelcyk: Athlete Profile
Matt Grzelcyk plays defense for the BU Terriers. He grew up in Charlestown, MA and went to Belmont High School before transferring to Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Matt won a gold medal at the U18 World Championship in the Czech Republic. He was then drafted by the Boston Bruins in the 2012 Entry Draft where teams select player's rights. Matt is enrolled in the school of management at Boston University. Check out his story on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2012/bu-hometown-hockey-star/
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Cooking on Martha's Vineyard with chef Chris Fischer
In the video above, James Beard Award-winning chef Chris Fischer, author of The Beetlebung Farm cookbook, takes two Boston University culinary students through a day in the life of his family farm on Martha's Vineyard. Read more about Chris Fischer in BU Today: https://www.bu.edu/today/2016/chris-fischer-beetlebung-farm/
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Taxi Driver - sequence #3
clip of Palantine rally (Travis in mohawk)
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The Perfect Rowing Stroke
The women's rowing team explains the mechanics of the rowing technique. Read the full story on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2012/head-of-the-charles-the-super-bowl-of-rowing
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A Cappella Rocks: Barbershop Sweethearts -- "One Fine Day"
All-female a cappella group Barbershop Sweethearts perform "One Fine Day" by The Chiffons, written by Gerry Coffin and Carole King.
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Self-Cleaning Solar Panels
A new invention from Boston University allows for dust to levitate off of solar cells.
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The Freedom Singers perform "We Shall Not Be Moved" at the March on Washington
The Freedom Singers perform "We Shall Not Be Moved" at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in Washington D.C. on August 28, 1963. Public Domain footage from the National Archives and Records Administration
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When Protons Collide
A proton collision is like a car accident—except when it isn’t. Physicist Kevin Black explains why. (Watch out for the kitchen sink!) Read more about Tulika Bose in BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2016/new-physics-large-hadron-collider-cern/
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Mapping the Connectome
The connectome could hold the secrets to how the brain works, but how will we map it? Assistant Professor Bobby Kasthuri explains how electron microscopes and diamond edges help him tap into the secrets of this connectome map.
Views: 2566 Boston University
Coffee 101: The Buzz Behind the Buzz
In this video, Merry "Corky" White, a CAS anthropology professor and author of Coffee Life in Japan, traces the history of coffee in the United States, and Sir Hans Kornberg, a CAS biology professor, tackles caffeine on a molecular level!
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Master Class with Alumnus Jason Alexander
BU College of Fine Arts alumnus Jason Alexander (CFA’81, Hon.’95) leads a private master class for School of Theatre students and faculty. Student participants include Maria Timonina ('15),Harrison Grant Meacham ('15), and Kaylyn Bancroft ('15). Hosted by the College of Fine Arts in the [email protected] on September 22, 2014.
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BU Hockey's Zamboni Driver
Ice technician, aka Zamboni driver, Mike Cunniff talks about how he makes Agganis Arena’s ice, well, perfect.
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BU Hockey Pre-Game Rituals and Superstitions
The BU Men's and Women's hockey teams confess their pre-game rituals and superstitions. Read the full story about pre-game rituals of BU hockey players: http://www.bu.edu/today/2017/bu-hockey-pregame-rituals-superstitions/
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A Pool Lesson with BU Billiards
Get inside the mind of two advanced pool players and see all of the strategy, focus and determination it takes to win a game.
Views: 17181 Boston University
Role Reversal: Women Wear the Pants in Clemenza di Tito
In the video above, Lauren Lyles (CFA'13) and Vera Savage (CFA'14) discuss what it's like to play the part of men, known in the opera world as pants roles, in CFA's production of Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito.
Views: 8752 Boston University
Schon Horology: The Art of Watchmaking
Like most engineers, Boston University alumni Ian Schon (ENG'12) has always loved tinkering. He began tinkering with watches in 2013, after purchasing a watch online that was not as advertised. He took it apart and decided to use the metalworking and machining skills he had developed as a mechanical engineering student at BU to build a new case for it. He opened Schon Horology earlier this year to sell wristwatches he designs and makes himself. In this video, follow Ian Schon's deeply personal journey into the world of horology as he designs and machines his own watches in his Allston, MA studio.
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How to Cook Comedor's Crispy Quail
Fernanda Tapia White (MET’09) and Jakob White (MET’09), chef-owners of Comedor in Newton, Mass., demonstrate how to cook crispy quail stuffed with jasmine rice and chorizo, topped with a pomegranate gastrique. Download the recipe here: http://www.bu.edu/today/2015/comedor-restaurant-quail
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Laundry 101
BU mascot Rhett the Terrier imparts his uniquely canine take on doing laundry. Read the story on BU Today: http://www.bu.edu/today/2012/laundry-101/
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Welcome to the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University
Peace that Lasts. Development that Works. Knowledge that Transforms. The Pardee School of Global Studies was established in 2014 with the mandate of advancing human progress. Building on Boston University’s strong foundation in International Relations, the Pardee School is home to five undergraduate majors, nine MA programs, and an ever growing list of regional and thematic studies centers to provide cutting edge, multidisciplinary scholarship and research. Begin your global journey at www.bu.edu/pardeeschool
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CTE Found in Dead College Football Player
Two weeks ago, University of Pennsylvania offensive lineman Owen Thomas was diagnosed, postmortem, [...]with mild chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), an Alzheimer's-like brain disease associated with repetitive head trauma and seen, most notably, among a number of former National Football League players, at least two of whom took their own lives.
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Mark Stanley: Lighting the New York City Ballet
Mark Stanley, a CFA School of Theatre associate professor and director of the MFA design and production program, discusses his work as New York City Ballet’s resident lighting designer and his philosophy about lighting design.
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