Boston University’s HeForShe event creates awareness for violence against women

‘The origin of being a woman is to be a woman of change and change the world’

We spoke to two mental health groups at BU to find out more about their services

‘A lot of people have a misconception that if you aren’t struggling with serious depression or anxiety that your mental health is fine’

Which stereotypical BU freshman would your dog be?

Ever wondered what it’d be like if your dog could come to school with you? Wonder no more

BU fire alarm rang for hours, but no emergency responders came

Resident of the apartment described the smoke as being so thick and dense that he could barely see across the room

Students rally against sexual assault in higher education

“This is an issue that has been present at universities for a very long time and will continue to be present”

South Chats: Unpacking difficult topics in a contentious time

“A lot of the times we desensitize from political events and we don’t get a chance to process them.” ‘South Chats’ allow people to process these events.

WTBU’s new studio is up and running: “We are the premier collegiate station right now.”

General manager Kyle Davi talks about transitioning from a station straight out of the 1980s to a state-of-the-art new studio

BREAKING: Law building evacuated

Not again….

COMBAT: Could you do all this in only 24 hours?

Every year BU’s theater groups are challenged to write a script, rehearse and put on a show within 24 hours.

Upcoming fun fall events to look forward to

It’s officially fall, get those calendars out.

1,000 backpacks laid out on Warren Alpert Mall for suicide prevention awareness

Active Minds is trying to tackle the stigmas and statistics associated with suicide in their traveling exhibit

This student prank-called his college’s President by pretending to be a trustee…AND GOT THROUGH

He claimed the university stole $64,000 from him

Things you only know if you went to an all-girls private school

An honest look into the experience of single-sex private education

CGS is getting rid of fall enrollment

Students note that being in CGS carries a stigma with it and that having a delayed start on campus doesn’t help students fit in.

We spoke to Brazilian BU students affected by the recent ‘gay cure’ treatment approval

You’ve probably heard about the cure for HIV, Alzheimer’s, and cancer. But what about the ‘gay cure’? Unfortunately, this isn’t something out of a talk-show sketch.

I jumped off the infamous JAWS Bridge in Martha’s Vineyard, and it was thrilling

No sharks in these waters this time

Sleeper Hall being evacuated due to fire

The fire started on the second floor

Updated: Man shot on Boston Common, sustains life-threatening injury

One suspect ran into a T station nearby

Boston University jumps two spots to 37th best university in America

We’ll beat BC next time.