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    the time In rare cases the communication with a bus may be disrupted for up to two minutes If this occurs the bus icon may appear frozen in one position before updating to its actual location Live Position This icon represents the current position of the bus based on GPS data Bus Route The dark red line represents the campus bus route Buses which are in transit to or from

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    into University buildings or areas of the campus that would be otherwise impossible to reach by wheelchair Use the Satellite view on the map to see the entrance to the building where the icon has indicated an entrance View listings of all Accessible Campus Buildings TTY TDD Payphone Telecommunications Device for the Deaf Two TDD payphones are available on campus one is located in the University Information Center at 771

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  • Athletics | Campus Life | Boston University
    24 25 26 27 28 29 30 2016 MFA Thesis Exhibitions All day Religion on Tap 7 30 am Morning Study Group My Neighbor s Faith 9 45 am Sunday Interdenominational Service at Marsh Chapel 11 00 am The Space After Nina Bellucci Erika Hess and Stacy Mohammed 12 00 pm Holi 2016 12 00 pm Marsh Chapel Coffee Hour 12 00 pm Thurman Choir Rehearsal 12 30 pm HUNTING COCKROACHES by Janusz Glowacki 1 00 pm IN THE HEART OF AMERICA by Naomi Wallace 7 00 pm HUNTING COCKROACHES by Janusz Glowacki 7 00 pm Mobile Version No event selected Campus Life Athletics Terrier Athletics Taking part is fun but winning really rocks Sure BU s 500 student athletes love what they do but when you re competing at the highest level of college athletics in 23 NCAA Division I varsity sports results count The Terriers members of the America East Conference and the Hockey East Association turned in yet another remarkable year in 2010 11 highlighted by a record breaking 11th America East Commissioner s Cup BU has held that honor bestowed on the conference s best all around athletic department nine times in the past 10 years Four Terrier squads men s basketball men s cross country women s soccer women s tennis captured conference titles and the women s ice hockey team reached the NCAA title game in just its sixth year as a varsity program In all four teams and 11 individual athletes powered their way through to NCAA postseason competition last season Over the past seven years BU has claimed a staggering 43 conference championships raised the Beanpot four times and earned the University s fifth men s ice hockey national championship Staying true to our motto of Excellence in Athletics Academics and Community

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  • Hands-On Cooking Programs at Boston University Metropolitan College
    direct instruction on technique and preparation Please wear comfortable clothing and footwear no open toed shoes Feb 26 Pizza Party with Mary Anne Esposito Apr 2 Food Styling with Sheryl Julian Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs Wine Studies Level 1 Wine Studies Level 2 Wine Studies Level 3 Wine Studies Level 4 Faculty Advisory Board Seminars Hands On Cooking Children Teens Cooking Programs Pépin Lecture Series Tastings Demonstrations Professional

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  • Pépin Lecture Series on Food, Wine & the Arts and Boston University Metropolitan College
    725 Commonwealth Ave Room 211 Apr 13 Fast Food A Global Perspective with Andy Smith College of Arts and Sciences 725 Commonwealth Ave Room Room 211 Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs Wine Studies Level 1 Wine Studies Level 2 Wine Studies Level 3 Wine Studies Level 4 Faculty Advisory Board Seminars Hands On Cooking Children Teens Cooking Programs Pépin Lecture Series Tastings Demonstrations Professional Certificates Registration Contact Us Directions

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  • Food & Wine Tastings and Demonstrations at Boston University Metropolitan College
    with Pierre Thiam Mar 31 Artisan Cheeses of the World with Ihsan Gurdal Apr 6 A Match Made in Heaven Food and Wine Pairing with Beth Ann Dahan Apr 12 The Four Seasons of Pasta with Nancy Harmon Jenkins and Sara Jenkins May 2 Amarone and Recioto Della Valpolicella Powerfully Dry and Unctuously Sweet with Bill Nesto May 10 Project Smoke with Steve Raichlen Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs

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  • Children’s Cooking Programs and Summer Coooking Camps at Boston University Metropolitan College
    techniques and enjoy a meal together Feb 27 Italian Family Meal for Kids and Parents with Chris Merlo Mar 19 Everyday Etiquette for Ages 7 12 Around the Table with Paula Taylor CANCELLED Apr 9 Sushi for Ages 8 18 Robyn Deluca Apr 30 Latin American Street Food for Ages 8 18 with Jessica Spier July 11 Summer Cooking Program Ages 8 12 July 18 Summer Cooking Program Ages 13

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  • Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts at Boston University Metropolitan College
    cooking Master the basic classic and modern techniques and theories of food production Explore a variety of cultures and cuisines Please contact us for detailed information Chefs Faculty Culinary Arts faculty include Jacques Pépin Chris Douglass Jeff Fournier Michael Leviton Barry Maiden Janine Sciarappa John Vyhnanek Jody Adams Jamie Bissonnette Joanne Chang Cara Chigazola Dante de Magistris Jim Dodge Mary Ann Esposito Ihsan Gurdal Deborah Hansen Garrett Harker Nicki Hobson Sheryl Julian Raymond Ost Jeremy Sewall Joshua Smith Ana Sortun Jean Claude Szurdak and many others Over 400 Hours of Instruction Through hands on practice as well as lectures demonstrations and field trips students gain experience in the following culinary areas Stocks soups and sauces Egg dishes Seafood poultry and meats Vegetables Pasta rice and other grains Herbs and salads Fruits Breads pastry and desserts Wine Ethnic and regional cuisines Food history and nutrition Food writing Restaurant skills such as menu planning equipment handling business practices and sanitation requirements State of the Art Demonstration and Kitchen Facility The program features extra spacious kitchens with the latest professional equipment Program Schedule Instruction takes place Mondays through Thursdays 10 30 a m to 6 p m In addition students are required to participate in the daytime and evening Seminars in Food Wine evening programs typically conclude at 9 p m Schedules vary each semester and will be provided to students at the start of the program Certification Upon successful completion students receive a Certificate in the Culinary Arts from Boston University Enrollment Qualifications Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their dedicated interest in the program and the seriousness with which they intend to pursue the course of study Work experience in the culinary profession will be considered but is not a requirement Applicants must have a command of skills and

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