Shihua Wu, vice president of the first-generation club and CSOM ’20, delves into parsing layers of identity as a first-gen student at BC, as well as where the community can improve its support of first-gen students. […]
Though many peoples share a culture and heritage, no two people hold the same experiences. The ‘Untold Stories’ exhibit documents this idea in the Asian American and Pacific Islander students on campus. […]
Rachel DiBella, the assistant director of the Women’s Center, said that people should not have to compartmentalize the diversity of identities that they have.
The Thea Bowman AHANA Intercultural Center was accredited by the Anti-Defamation League in the spring to train the Bowman advocates.
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. […]