Originally built in 1915 as the family home of William Lindsey, this Tudor revival-style mansion was donated to Boston University in 1939. From 1939 to 1967, the Castle was the home of the University presidents. The building is now used for concerts and receptions. The B.U. Pub is located in its basement.
Department of Aerospace Studies
Bay State Avenue sculpture
Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies
Alfred Morse Auditorium on Commonwealth Avenue
Dewey D. and Harry K. Stone Science Building
Marsh Chapel archways
Boston University Crest
The Marsh Chapel and Martin Luther King Memorial
Continuing Education Building
Fitness and Recreation Center
Charles River Campus from the DeWolfe Boathouse
The DeWolfe Boathouse
The Boston University boathouse is the home of both the men's and women's rowing teams. This is the setting for the rowing scene in DEAD, WITHOUT A STONE TO TELL IT.
Center for Advanced Biomedical Research
This building houses the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Massachusetts, as well as the Boston University School of Medicine. It contains the Boston University Forensic Anthropology department and is the setting for all the lab scenes in DEAD, WITHOUT A STONE TO TELL IT.