Monday, November 3, 2014

BUGS Movie Night!
Featuring Ice Age: Continental Drift
Tuesday Nov. 4th
6 p.m. CAS B31C

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Terrestrial Tuesday's Presents:

Research Night! 

Come join us at next week's Terrestrial Tuesday meeting to learn about research in the Department of Earth and Environment. Some students will present their current research projects and we will have a discussion about how to go about finding an undergraduate research position. Any interested students or faculty are welcome to join, and refreshments will be provided.

When: Tuesday, October 21st at 6pm

Where: CAS 132

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Interested in careers in geophysics and planetary sciences?

Or just interested about geophysics and planetary sciences in general?


Thursday, March 21, 2013

The Geology of Middle Earth

BU Geological Society proudly presents a showing of
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

You know the movie. You love the movie. Now come watch the movie with the Department of Earth & Environment and learn about the epic geology behind the epic tale and film!

Highlights include:

- One screen showing the movie and a second screen showing geological fun facts à la MTV PopUp music video!


- RAFFLE to win The One Ring!

- We will provide some snacks, but feel free to bring some as well!


If you are not fluent in elven script:

"Join us for an evening of geology and merriment!"
Thursday March 28th at 6:30pm
565 Commonwealth Ave Room 106

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Movie night!!!!!

Movie night!!!
BU Geological Society
Come stop by and watch Ice Age with the Dept. of Earth and Environment!

Thursday, November 15th

6:30 PM 


Bring food if you'd like!!!

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

2012 BUGS Fall Camping Trip

Despite rain and wind, we had a great turnout of sixteen wonderful folks for our annual fall camping trip.  The destination was Pittsfield State Forest in Western Massachusetts where we camped for both evenings in the Lulu Pond group site.  On Saturday we hiked to the highest point in Massachusetts--Mount Greylock--and were rewarded for our efforts with some tasty apple cider to enjoy in the mysterious fog that shrouded the top.  Aside from the usual s'mores (this time with peanut butter cups!), our evening feast also included fresh corn on the cob bought from an adorable farming couple and roasted to perfection in our enormous double-ring campfire.  The theme of Sunday was dinosaurs, beginning with a rousing game of T-Rex Frisbee and continuing with a stop at the dinosaur footprints of Holyoke, MA.  Interpretive dances were performed with enthusiasm and everyone learned a lot about how the geology of New England was formed in the process.

Monday, September 10, 2012

BUGS Fall Camping Trip!

When: Friday September 28-Sunday September 30
Who: People who love awesome geology and are just generally awesome!
Why: Because it's awesome! 

-RSVP by Thursday September 13, let us know what gear (i.e. tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad) you have. No worries if you don't have those things, we can obtain them for you!