Last year, intercultural clubs made up 34 percent of club funding. This year, that number is down to 23 percent. […]
“In the U.S. though, where people are so much more open even when just having met, asking people how they are is simply another greeting without much more to it.” […]
“I thought I couldn’t be fazed. After all, once you learn how to simultaneously wear leggings, shorts, and jeans underneath your sweatpants, everything else seems like a breeze. Then I got to Boston College.” […]
The Thea Bowman AHANA Intercultural Center was accredited by the Anti-Defamation League in the spring to train the Bowman advocates.
“Over the course of my first semester at BC, I felt this intense desire to make up for the sheer amount of self-loathing and discrimination that I had buried within myself for so long.” […]
Although food can in some ways draw lines of distinction, it also bridges gaps. When we eat, we experience the culture from which that food came. […]
Learning from the Selgae—or, Eagles—I live around. […]