BSU Celebrates Year of the Dragon

The Asian Student Union (ASU) hosted its Lunar New Year celebration on the evening of February 9, its most anticipated event of the spring semester. The event was attended by over 100 students, faculty, and families. The Rondileau Student Union ballroom was filled with lantern decorations and fortune-filled red envelopes for attendees to marvel at. […]

Learn About Asian Culture with ASU!

The Asian Student Union (ASU) is a multicultural student organization focused on connecting those of Asian ethnicity and educating the wider BSU community. “It is one of the friendliest places to learn about international culture,” said President Julie Wong (‘24) (she/they) in an interview. Despite it being open to all students, Wong emphasizes ASU’s inclusion […]

How SEAM is Leading a Generation of Strong Educators

As President and Co-President of SEAM (Student Education Association of Massachusetts), Caroline Pupecki (she/her) and Allison Morrissey (she/her) are helping to prepare the next generation of educators. SEAM is part of larger organizations such as the MTA (Massachusetts Teacher’s Association) and its parent organization, the NEA (National Education Association). Through SEAM, students on campus from […]

Giovanni Lazare: A Mental Health Advocate, an Inspiration

Escaping the Stigma is an upcoming documentary by Giovanni Lazare (he/him), a junior communications studies major concentrating in film/video production. The product of Lazare’s undergraduate research with the Adrien Tinsley Program (ATP), the documentary profiles the underrepresented subject of mental health among Black men. Ahead of its release, Lazare sat down for an interview with […]

Women in Aviation Soars at BSU

With large issues like the gender pay gap in the global workforce, it can sometimes be intimidating for women to feel confident working in certain industries. However, at BSU, one campus organization in particular is helping to eliminate that lack of confidence. Women in Aviation (WAI) is an organization dedicated to serving female students pursuing […]

Adrien Tinsley Symposium Fall ’23

The Adrien Tinsley Program (ATP) supports student-led undergraduate research for both creative and STEM-related projects. Funding is avaible in the form of grants up to $5,000. The program’s symposium was held on Friday October 20 in the Moakley Center, where participants showcased their unique projects to the public. Megan Moore (she/her), a senior secondary education […]