The following letter is in response to “BCPD chief talks Clery crime figures,” an article by Connor Farley, originally published on Oct. 9, 2014: As national attention remains focused on the issue of sexual violence occurring on college campus across the U.S., those of us responding to incidents at Boston College are grateful for and…
Although BC Ignites achieved a positive impact on the campus, it was nonetheless disappointing that there were no faculty or administrators, other than the featured speaker, present.
The ‘Heights’ editorial on Teach for America takes a one-sided approach to Teach for America’s impact on education that is fails to critically assess the data available,
Climate Justice at BC takes issue with the Office of Student Programs denial of RSO status for the group.
Nate Fisher’s sharp criticism fails to offer constructive ways to improve the problems he sees at BC.
Robert Bloom advocates for Warren Tolman, Law ’86, for the Democratic nomination for Massachusetts Attorney General.
We have moved forward. Last year, Matt Nacier, our teammates, and I envisioned that our administration would not be a perfect one, but a full one. I accept responsibility for everything that UGBC has done over the past year. Although there have been many challenges and criticisms, it would have been a fool’s errand to attempt to please everyone all the time. We have accomplished our goal-to catalyze a more dynamic student voice.
When was the last time that you looked at the ingredients on your shampoo bottle?
I am a card-carrying Republican. As a Catholic, Asian-American, and Millennial student government leader, my conservative political beliefs mark me as a rarity. From Maryland to Massachusetts, my political stance elicits expressions ranging from disdain to disgust. The most common reaction is confusion.
We’d like to thank everyone who helped to make our first “WeAreBC Week” to welcome the incoming freshman class through social media such a resounding success.