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BU AR/VR CLUB

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For many people, the phrase “virtual reality” is likely to conjure up scenes from movies like The Matrix and Ready Player One. The concept of immersing yourself in a digital world where you can interact with computer-generated characters sometimes seems like the stuff of science fiction or the distant future.

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What is Dark Matter

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Physicist Alex Sushkov, an assistant professor of physics at Boston University College of Arts & Sciences, discusses the decades-long hunt for dark matter. Sushkov is building a device to detect axions—particles first postulated in 1977 but never detected. If they exist, say theorists, axions will be smaller than neutrinos, which are so tiny that they have nearly no mass. The quest to find axions seems quixotic, but, if Sushkov succeeds, he may answer a cosmic question that has baffled scientists for decades: What is dark matter?

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BU CAPOEIRA CLUB

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Capoeira originated in 16th-century Brazil, when slaves, forcibly brought from Africa to work on sugarcane farms and living in horrible conditions with no weapons to defend themselves, developed self-defense techniques. It was later banned in Brazil, but in 1940 was legalized and became popular. By the 1970s, capoeira masters were introducing the stylized martial art, which combines fight, music, acrobatics, and choreography, across the globe. 

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FOUR YEARS IN A FLASH

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View some of the many cultural, political, and social milestones witnessed by members of the Class of 2018 during their four years at BU.


A LOOK BACK AT THE LAST FOUR YEARS

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View some of the milestones on campus, in pop culture, and on the world stage during the Class of 2017’s time at Boston University.