“While I agree with the assertion that the election hinged on the political voices of the disillusioned, it is inaccurate to characterize Trump’s win as a crowning triumph of the conservative movement.”
Over 200 BC faculty members signed a letter to the Boston College community responding to Trump’s election.
The majority of Boston College students spent Wednesday in mourning following the election of Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump.
“Change comes slowly, in fits, in bursts, with one step forward and, maybe, a four-year leap backward. But the motivation to make this country better is still there.”
Several events on campus led up to election night, including a viewing party Tuesday.
A look at how race and gender issues factor into the 2016 presidential election and Hillary Clinton’s effect on the Democratic Party.
“This Tuesday, voters will cast their ballots, polls will close, tallies will commence, a winner will be declared, and Americans will fall asleep.”
“BC students have to make a choice: to vote for a candidate who represents their ideals and whose policies promote inclusion, or to vote for a candidate whose rhetoric has continued to endorse xenophobia and racism.”
“Catholic Social Teaching encourages us to take seriously the claim that the quality of one’s life is measured, at least in part, by the quality of one’s participation in the democratic life of this nation.”
Pat Healy was questioned about the New York Times political bias, but has never felt news meetings to be liberally or conservatively centered.