Conte Forum, home to Boston College’s hockey and basketball teams, can only be described as rowdy. Upon entering Conte, one finds themselves among a throng of BC fans cheering and clapping. The same heightened feeling of adrenaline and excitement that Conte gives people was present with the Class of 2023 on Thursday afternoon during Convocation. […]
“My greatest hope for UGBC, and I guess for the institution as a whole, because I don’t think a lot of UGBC’s problems originate with the organization itself, is that we can increase the opportunities for shared governance at BC. I think that would be a huge step forward.” […]
“I think, especially in Boston, there’s so much emotion [surrounding the marathon],” she said. “Especially in running for Martin Richard’s foundation, that it makes it all the more special, to do it and complete it for such a strong mission.” […]
“At the [center] of BC, they have never dealt with a core perception that they have not been inclusive and diverse in dismantling the issues they needed to dismantle on their campus. At the core, there is no understanding of zero tolerance on this campus,” Lewis-Mosley said. […]
“I hadn’t heard anything about [students] being placed on Newton Campus until several weeks into the school year. I didn’t know until a student told me,” said Director of Transfer Admissions Mary French. […]
“If you stay silent, over time, it’s easier and easier to stay silent. Or you [can] speak up. It gets easier and easier to speak,” said Greenfield.