Tag: boston university

Harry Potter Sex-Ed Class Teaches BU Students About Bedknobs, Broomsticks

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

Ever wonder what a sex ed class would've been like at Hogwarts? Students at Boston University recently had a chance to find out. read more

International Students on College Campuses

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Magazine Journalism Major, Boston University

Our diversity blogger discusses schools with the highest percentage of international students, and how U.S.-born and international students can reach out to one another. read more

Synthetic Biology Unleashes Possibilities of Printing Blood Vessels and Bones

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Data Entry Specialist, Carnegie Communications

Synthetic biology is a relatively new area of biological research, combining science and engineering, that focuses on the design and construction of new biological functions and systems not found in nature. Recently, we have seen breakthroughs in this field that will have a massive impact on health care and medicine. If you are as excited about these developments as I am, you must be wondering how you can jump into this field! read more

Marna Atkin, Independent Consultant at Atkin College Counseling

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Marna Atkin is an independent college consultant at Atkin College Counseling, LLC. She has 30 years of experience as a high school guidance counselor and three years of experience as an independent college consultant. read more