The men’s basketball team opened up its 2015-16 season with two wins, one on the road at Ottawa 82-74 and the other at home 70-69 against Kansas Wesleyan.
BU football player Stephen White spends some quality time in the kitchen to make some chocolate chip cookies.
Sports Editor Jim Joyner talks with students about how they use the library and whether a library full of books will still be needed in the future.
When junior quarterback Nick Marra went down in the first quarter with an injury, the last thing sophomore Logan Brettell expected was to complete 22 of his first 23 passes.
Many BU students are rooting for the Kansas City Royals in the World Series, and a couple of baseball players have even developed unusual rituals for watching the games.
Josh Seybert plays tight end for the BU football and sings with campus music groups. In this audio slideshow by Josh Chalker, Seybert describes the challenges and rewards of his unusual double-duty performances.
The Baker Wildcats turned what was anticipated to be a competitive rivalry game into a beat-down in a 38-19 win over the MidAmerica Nazarene University Pioneers Oct. 24 at Liston Stadium.
For some spirited late-night entertainment, Sports Editor Jim Joyner switched from chasing down interviews with athletes to chasing down ghosts in campus buildings.
Women's soccer has improved to 12-2-0 overall and 6-1-0 in the Heart of America Athletic conference.