On Monday afternoon, a letter was sent to several participants of Tuesday’s “die-in” protest in St. Mary’s Hall, indicating protesters could face sanctions.
Danny De Leon, A&S ’15, says he was told by BC vice president of Student Affairs that St. Mary’s “die-in” protesters are subject to disciplinary sanctions.
In St. Mary’s, over 60 students and faculty members protested police violence against people of color.
History professor Deborah Levenson wrote ‘Adios Nino,’ the story behind the emergence and expansion of violent gangs in Guatemala.
Admittance into the National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence gives CSON access to collaboration with member institutions as well as leaders in the field of nursing.
Working for justice is like “lighting a match and hoping the fire spreads,” according to Carolyn Forche.
The report also revealed that BC women’s coaches are paid well below any other program in the conference, and female athletes are allotted less financial aid than male athletes.
Alcohol violation statistics collected under the Clery Act reflect a rise in liquor law violations, consistent with an overall increase in the last decade.
Nanci Tessier, BC ’82, believes that when working in admissions, it is critical to to identify with the mission of the university.
Like most things in life, Jim Valvano’s message is relative to the journey we each face. His seven signature words are immortal because they give us chills. And they give us chills because they terrify us.