BC added a second voting African American trustee, Steve Pemberton, BC ’89, in the fall.
Friday night’s celebration of Black History Month included song, dance, and poetry.
“I believe that the University and students alike should also posses a true understanding of what it means to be a diverse campus.”
The AHANA Management Academy provides mentorship programs and invites notable speakers for the business-minded members of the AHANA community.
The theme of this year’s Acronym Week is immigration. The Ahana Leadership Council will allow students of immigrant background to speak about their experiences.
BC students, faculty, and staff weigh in on the University’s social climate after recent events on campus and in the city.
Students in the Class of 2020 come from 46 states and 41 countries.
While there are many ways to enact change, facing differences and embracing them in our own lives proves to be the most powerful, as the ‘Speak For Your Change’ event suggests.
Student engagement is critical. As racial issues are addressed across campus and continue to be an important part of discourse, students should participate in and learn from Black History Month.
The University’s recruitment and retainment of AHANA faculty, which currently stands at 16 percent of the total faculty, proves a trying and competitive process.