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Eye2Eye, a service organization funded by the Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity, hosted “Reaching New Heights: Gender Equality Transforming Today’s Corporate Ladder,” on Sunday at the Metcalf Trustee Ballroom in Boston University’s Questrom School of Business.
Five of Boston's top female entrepreneurs shared their 'aha' moments from their innovation-based careers, during a HUBWeek event Thursday. (Photos by Justin Hawk.)
For this installment of FreeP vs. Food, we ventured out on a “Crêpe Crawl,” sampling the French pastry dish from different cafés near Boston University. We sampled a savory and a sweet crêpe from each café (with one exception), and judged each restaurant based on the presentation and overall taste of the dishes, as well as the atmosphere, price and relative location of each café. (thumbnail photo by Olivia Falcigno.)
BU archaeology professor John M. Marston presented some of his research findings on Monday, Oct. 24, touching on some points from his major findings while studying ancient Anatolia. Photograph courtesy Betsey Goldwasser.
Boston-based startup entrepreneur Melissa James, of The Tech Connection and Black Tech Meetup, talks success and diversity in the technology world. James has been nominated for a BostInno 30 on Fire award for professional service to the Boston community.
Character stereotyping perpetrates a presentation of characters that represent entire groups of the population as flat and one-dimensional. Putting minority and LGBT characters into boxes reduces the characters—and, by extension, their communities—to a set of archetypes.
Los Angeles-based "dark girl pop" trio MUNA encourages self-love and self-celebration through their music. MUNA projects their experiences as queer women as a message to listeners that they are not alone, that their love is valid and that they will always be capable of finding love and a place to express themselves.
What is empowering to one person is not the same as what is possibly empowering to their best friend, or their grandmother, or their ex-boyfriend’s eighth-grade soccer coach.