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.”
Bigford believes transparency will change everything and resistance is making a difference.
Rolheiser advised students to be idealistic, to not get too caught up in success, and to keep a good sense of humor.
Since the inventory of plates has decreased so drastically, BC Dining has been forced to use more single-use to-go containers.
His dedication to serving others extends into BC’s Resident Assistant program as well.
Mathis Wagner, a Boston College economics professor, lives in D.C., travels to Boston twice a week, and works as a consultant at the World Bank.
Even though Dennis Maher had alibis for the two nights that a woman was raped, he received a 30 year plus life sentence for rape and assault and battery. He served 19 years in prison before being released.
Nationally-ranked BC women’s rugby has defied expectations in its recent postseason run.
The campaign, which includes both interviews and photos of the interviewees, was inspired by Humans of New York.
“Catholic Social Teaching encourages us to take seriously the claim that the quality of one’s life is measured, at least in part, by the quality of one’s participation in the democratic life of this nation.”