“It is imperative that Planned Parenthood continue to be allowed to provide the services that it currently offers to women and men alike.”
Last Friday, Mayor Marty Walsh spoke at the Immigrant and Refugee Community Forum to address the growing concerns within the Boston community regarding President Donald Trump’s statements about immigrants and religious groups.
Spring Break is creeping up on BC like a lion on the prowl, ready to pounce and feast upon the motivation, bank accounts, and morality of the student body.
The earth and environmental sciences departments got over $1 million last year from the National Science Foundation.
On Sunday, the Boston Ethical Community’s weekly meeting focused on “One Month of Trump,” providing Bostonians with a platform discuss their feelings, and plans of actions, following the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
BC’s president said that even though Trump’s actions don’t square with his religious and moral worldview, he’s optimistic Americans will come together in a constructive dialogue.
“The West’s lurch to the right in recent elections might be a violent backlash to a fair perception that borders are too open or weak, but new leaders will quickly find the trends they are up against are irreversible and accelerating at a multiplying rate.”
The resolutions suggests that the University set aside housing for students who might feel unable to return home during school breaks.
“If the University truly holds Judeo-Christian values at its core, then it will choose to provide housing for these students, in order to not turn away members of its community seeking assistance.”
“Though the right has valid concerns, the benefits—social, economic, political, and moral—to accepting immigrants, especially refugees, far outweigh the costs.”