Students in the Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022 elected representatives to the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s Senate—previously known as the Student Assembly—on Thursday. […]
Elections for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s Senate, previously known as the Student Assembly (SA), will be held on Thursday. […]
“For better or worse, internships are still the best way to land a job on the Hill. There’s no better way to meet the people and learn the skills necessary to succeed here,” Mike Demakos, BC ’16 said. […]
Twenty-four Boston College Law School professors signed a letter asking the U. S. Senate not to confirm U. S. Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The letter was sent to The New York Times, and it will be presented to the U. S. Senate on Thursday. Kavanaugh is facing multiple accusations of sexual assault. […]
The final version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Bill Act, enacted on Jan. 1, may not be as damaging to the University as initially feared. […]
He wrote to the community to ask students and faculty to call or email members of Congress within the next few days to urge them to include a provisions, which would lessen the impact of the new tax bills on BC. […]
If Senate Resolve S. 2471 is picked up and passed in informal session by the State House, Massachusetts would be the first state to mandate a climate survey on sexual assault.