Dozens of BC students, including many members of the Black Student Forum, marched across campus and gathered in front of BCPD headquarters to protest the grand jury decision tonight not to indict Ferguson officer Darren Wilson.
Associate Dean of Students Richard DeCapua issued a letter dated Sept. 2 to students via email regarding changes made to four specific sections of the Student Guide: hazing policy, sexual misconduct policy, help seeking policy, copyright, and compliance policy.
Last night, the Student Assembly (SA) voted 32-0 with two abstentions to confirm Connor Bourff, vice president of Student Initiatives (VPSI) and A&S ’15, as the new executive vice president (EVP) of UGBC. He replaces Chris Marchese, A&S ’15, who stepped down from the position last week.
Poet Jeff Chang is the executive director of the Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford University and received his master’s degree in Asian-American studies from UCLA. He has written for the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Nation, and Foreign Policy, among other publications.
The road to winning a major national fellowship or scholarship does not begin—in many cases—during a student’s junior or senior year of college. At Boston College, prospective candidates for prestigious awards often start as early as their freshman or sophomore years.
All jokes aside, this is an issue that—surprise, surprise—divides America into two camps. On one side, you have the “Holiday Season Libertarians,” and on the other side, the “Strict Adherents.”
The Multifaith Thanksgiving Celebration, titled “For This I am Grateful,” sought to unite those of different faiths at Boston College and to create a forum for the expression of shared values.
To be global citizens, we all should care about events that shock the consciousness of a people, destroy lives and institutions, and cause fear, regardless of whether they occur halfway around the world or on our own campus.
UGBC President Nanci Fiore-Chettiar announced yesterday that the UGBC Executive Council has decided to seek confirmation from the Student Assembly for the appointment of Connor Bourff to the position of UGBC Executive Vice President.
After initially stating that he voluntarily resigned from his position as Executive Vice President (EVP) of UGBC, Chris Marchese, A&S ’15, said yesterday that his decision was based on an ultimatum delivered by Director of the Office of Student Involvement (OSI) Gus Burkett to either resign or be forcefully removed from UGBC for conduct-related matters.