On Campus

Media Critic Hale Sees Industry Shift

Mike Hale, movie and television critic for the New York Times Culture Desk, spoke to a crowded Fulton 511 on his experiences within the world of media criticism and recounted the changes he has witnessed within the industry.

ESPN Exec Talks Leadership

By: Mujtaba Syed

On Tuesday, the Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics hosted Norby Williamson, executive vice president of production, program scheduling, and development at ESPN.

Meet The Levine-Vergara Team

By: Mary Rose Fissinger

Many of their platform points are things that Levine and Vergara believe, though they may seem trivial, will have a large impact on student life based on the amount of people they will affect-more staplers on campus, more printing stations, better coffee in the dining halls. They hope that by accomplishing small things that impact nearly every student’s life, they will be able to reintroduce UGBC into students’ minds as an effective vehicle for accomplishing tasks that serve the interests of the student body.

Barrozo Supports Adoption Bill In Letter To Congress

By: Nathan McGuire

An assistant professor in the BC Law School helped organize 24 full-time law professors to sign a letter urging Congress to support the Children in Families First Act of 2013 (CHIFF), legislation that would redirect U.S. resources to ensure that children grow up in families.