A week after Marathon Monday, The Heights follows up with seven BC student runners.
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The Electoral College, he said, has roots in slavery and was created to count slaves as less than people.
Sommers began her talk by jokingly declaring the room a “safe space” and describing herself as a “white, Jewish, cisgender, neurotypical woman with a non-gender conforming dog.”
“By collaboration, by building bridges, by mixing hard and soft power, we can create the sum of all security in the 21st century,” he said.
John Fish, chairman of BC's Board of Trustees, co-hosted the event at the BC Chief Executives Club
The Eagles earned their second-ever win over Dartmouth with a 16-9 victory over the Big Green on Wednesday afternoon.
The Graduate Student Association formally endorsed the Graduate Employees Union at a meeting on Thursday.
The IISS will be one of BC's largest investments ever, according to Vice Provost for Research and Academic Planning Thomas Chiles.
This year, the top team fundraiser was Sigma Phi Epsilon, which raised $9,823, and the top individual fundraiser was Rachel Serko, MCAS ’17, who raised $6,825.
The 2017 'Sing It to the Heights' winner Tonye Ikoli, MCAS '17, talks artistic influences, inspiration, and preparation with the Acoustics.