Jen Grannis sits in her home workshop, drill in one hand, plastic isosahedral die in the other. With practiced precision she nudges the spinning drillbit into place. The bit plunges in, sending a small cloud of plastic dust into the air.
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By Vincent Gabrielle BU News Service A nationwide trend of dam removal is restoring the private to the commons. On an overcast October day in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, a squad of ant-like contractors scurried under a bridge next to a crumbling READ MORE
A protester is detained during the Resist Marxism’s ‘Rally for the Republic’ on Saturday, Nov. 18th, 2017. Photo by Gaelen Morse/BU News Service By Vincent Gabrielle BU News Service A small group of self-described “free speech” activists held a “Rally for READ MORE
Dr. Karen Warkentinof is a dual appointed professor of Biology as well as Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGS) at Boston University. Photo by Gaelen Morse / BU News ServiceBy Vincent GabrielleBU News ServiceDr. Karen Warkentin is a dual appointed READ MORE