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Thomas Mickey sits at a desk
Emeritus Professor Pens Gardening Book
The Boston Globe highlighted Dr. Thomas Mickey’s new book, All About Flowers: James Vick's Nineteenth-Century Seed Company. Mickey taught communication studies at BSU. Read more.
A rendering of Burnell Hall.
Burnell Hall Renovation Featured in The Enterprise
The Enterprise covered the recently announced major renovation of Burnell Hall. Read more.
The globe sculpture in front of Boyden Hall
BSU Receives State Department Study Abroad Grant
WickedLocal shared the announcement. Read more.
Brian Frederick teaches a class.
Political Science Professor Comments on Size of U.S. House
Dr. Brian Frederick spoke to Bloomberg News about whether the number of representatives in the U.S. House should be higher. Read more.
Dr. Melissa Winchell
Education Professors Discuss Future of Remote Learning
Drs. Melissa Winchell and Anne Hird of the Department of Secondary Education & Professional Programs spoke to The Sun Chronicle about how online education may look after the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
Kaylee Lambert dances on a beach.
Dance student, professor quoted in The Boston Globe
Kaylee Lambert, '22, and Dr. Jody Weber spoke about virtual connections taking place in the dance community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
Kelly Gym
BSU to Become COVID-19 Vaccination Center
WickedLocal covered BSU's announcement that Kelly Gymnasium will be used as a COVID-19 vaccination site for the campus community and the public. Read more. 
Frederick Clark poses for a photo along a campus sidewalk.
President Clark Discusses Vaccine Requirement
President Frederick W. Clark Jr., '83, and student Victoria Donahue spoke with WCVB about the COVID-19 vaccine requirement. Watch the clip.
Jasmine Won holds a Black Lives Matter sign beside a road.
BSU's Newman Civic Fellow Profiled in Newspaper
The Tewksbury Town Crier wrote about Jasmine Won, '24, who is a Newman Civic Fellow for the 2021-2022 academic year. Read more in her hometown newspaper.
Canned goods sit on shelf in BSU Food Pantry
BSU Food Pantry helps to fill COVID 'food security gap'
BSU Food Pantry is featured in the Taunton Daily Gazette as one of the many organizations serving the hungry in Massachusetts.
Michael DeValve
Professor Discusses Gun Violence
Dr. Michael DeValve, an assistant professor of criminal justice, spoke with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution about an increase in homicides in Atlanta. Read more.
Dr. Wing-kai To smiles while posing for a photo.
Administrator Discusses Discrimination Against Asian Americans
Dr. Wing-kai To, assistant provost for global engagement, spoke with WBZ about how to stop discrimination against Asian Americans. Watch the clip.