Boston College is behind the times, and needs to fulfill the message that we were given at Convocation—it’s time for an LGBTQ resource center.
The proposed changes to The Student Guide, although no where close to official, are slowly but surely gaining traction.
Although UGBC has provided plenty of new programming over the last year, it should focus more on policy changes to effect real change on campus.
The Women’s Innovator Network hopes to tackle inequality in business through grassroot efforts, pushing women to top level executive positions.
The multifaceted Medical Humanities minor crosses over into yet another discipline as it expands its talents to that of a literary journal.
By playing within the rules, Climate Justice might be able to accomplish more.
Hopefully, UGBC’s new bus route is the first of many legitimate changes brought on by the student government that provide a substantial benefit for the student body.
During Admitted Eagles Day, a protest helped to shed light on the not so polished aspect of Boston College—aspects that demand more attention and conversation.
A study released shows that Boston College was ranked fourth in financial value for universities in Massachusetts, which is both something to applaud, and a sign that there is more room to grow.
A string of recent speakers has shown the University’s dedication to bringing a broader spectrum of ideas to the table for discussion at Boston College.