Free Pancakes on campus
Tuesday, April 24th

Do you like pancakes? Stop tomorrow at 213 Bay State Road, BU Hillel. 
They will prepared about 4,000 pancakes and give to anyone who is in BU!

It will start tomorrow at 9am, so come hungry!

Redsox, Fenway

Today, it is a big day for the Redsox fans: it is the Fenway Open House to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the park!
The ballpark is open all the day for free! 

From 9am to 7pm, don't miss it!
4 Yawkey Way, Boston

Visiting Chef Series

As you probably saw, BU is constructing a new building near Kenmore Square, at 100 Bay State Road. 
The dining halls of Myles Standish Hall and Shelton will close and this building will open in the fall to offer you a new and huge dining hall!

Tonight: you can get a taste what's going to come to campus in fall! There will be special menus in all the dining hall!
Check your menu here: 

Brand U Week

This week, the Bu's Center for Career Development propose to students many events and  programs in order to help them to be ready for internships and jobs.

See the schedule of the week : 

101 for Freedom of Press

The Consulate General of France and the Art Insitute of Boston propose a beautiful exhibition 
with 101 photographs to support the initiatives of Reporters without Borders

They celebrate the 25th anniversairy of this association which stands up for press' freedom.

When: March, 21st-April,22nd; 10am-5pm, Monday through Friday
Where: Main Gallery, The Art Institute of Boston, 700 Beacon Street

Spring Fashion Show

Are you interested in fashion? This event hosted by BU promotes the creation and the work of the student designers and presented on student models. 

When: Saturday, March 31at 8pm
Where: BU Fuller Events Facility, 808 Commonwealth Avenue
Admission: $10

Boston Underground Film Festival

This festival begins tonight with a dark comedy named John at this end, in reference to the novel of David Wong. The writer and director Don Coscarelli will be at the showing.

When: Thursday, March 29 at 8pm
Where: Brattle Theatre, 40 Brattle Street, Cambridge  

Conference about Europe

The Eurozone Crisis: is there a way out? 

Today, there will be an interesting conference about the situation of Europe and about the future.
The financial markets have been affected by this important crisis and it seems to have no end to this part of history.

To discuss this topic, top experts on different aspects and different countries of Europe are coming to address the causes and also the possible solutions to the crisis.

Maurizio Ferrera, University of Milan
Andrew Gamble, Cambridge University
Mark Thatcher, London School of Economics
Sigurt Vitols, Wissenschaftzentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung
Vivien Schmidt, Boston University

When: at 4pm, March 26th
Where: Kenmore Conference Room, 1 Silber Way, 9th floor.

Sargent choice dinner

Education is not just in the classroom, it continues until the dining hall. 
Tonight, you will have the opportunity to learn more about food and understand 
why eating healthy doesn't mean eating boring and not tasty.
Be hungry and aware! 

When: from 5pm to 8pm
Where: all residential dining halls

Let's talk about food...

Today, there is a meeting with Maria Speck, the author of Ancien Grains for Modern Meals, a book that was included in the list of notable cookbooks 2011, by the New York Times.

Maria Speck will discuss with us the subtle flavors and rich textures of whole grains and you will have the opportunity to sample small dishes from her famous cookbook and go home with your own copy!

Where: Fuller Building, 808 Commonwealth Avenue (Demonstration Room 117)
When: Monday, March 19th at 6pm
Cost: $25 for the general public

Do you like cooking ? Do you like cupcakes ? 
This event is made for you!

Taste Testing Competition !

Some judges will blind taste test cupackes.

- When: Thuesday, March 6th at 9.00am until 4.00pm on Wedenesday, March 7th
- Where: Law Tower Lobby
- Contact: Public interest project, Theresa Perkins ->

Sign up to bake and choose you day and flavor! Email 


There will be a Spring reception at the GSU, 5th floor on Wednesday, February 29th
(5 to 7pm).

Hope to see you there!


When : Friday, March 2nd - 5 to 9pm
Where : Agganis Arena, 925 Commonwealth Avenue

  • 5pm : Pre-Game Reception, food and soft drinks provided and there will be also a cash bar
  • 7pm : Men's Hockey Game - BU vs Northeastern 

Tickets: buy online or contact the MET College at 617-353-6000 or
-> Special prices for the MET community: $15 for adults and $10 for chidren ages 12 and under.
These prices include the game and the reception.


Jennifer Getzinger was a student of Boston University where she studied broadcasting and film.

Friday, she was in the cinematheque to talk about her experiences, the episodes of Mad Men and to answer some questions of the BU students.

We watched: "The Suitcase" , Jennifer Getzinger earned her second Directors Guild of America nomination with this episode.


This new exhibition presents the work of contemporary artists who invent mythological beings, fantastic creatures, fictional characters and personal avatars.

  • When: February 2 - March 31, 2012.
  • Where: 808 Galerie, 808 Commonwealth Avenue.


Hope you had a great time yesterday even if the Pats lost

Yesterday, I chose to go to the Agganis Arena to watch the big game because I really wanted to share this event with BU students!

You could do some ice skating, eat free pizzas, hot dogs...
And support our big team, the PATS!

But, the PATS lost against the NY GIANTS: 17-21... However, I spent a great time and I enjoyed the game!

BU, my roommate and me on TV!

Wherever you go, people will talk and talk about one of the biggest events in the United States.


Date : February 5, 2012
Place : Home field of the Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Field
TV : NBC will air it at 6:15pm

We can also go to the Agganis Arena!
- Free ice skating
- Free food and drink
- Touchdown dance contest for prizes
- HD Jumbotron showing the game