The populist tides have washed ashore Chestnut Hill, delivering to the cronies of Carney Hall a historical renunciation of the hysterical, reactionary policies that have become endemic to the Undergraduate Student Government of Boston College—Trump, […]
“Racism in America is endemic, bruh. We can mark the creation of this country not on July 4th, 1776 but August 20th, 1619, when the first kidnapped American was brought to this country against his will in bondage as a slave and built the greatness and wealth that neither he nor his descendants would be able to participate in and enjoy.” […]
I arrived and he was piss drunk, trying to “network,” which I would learn was a favorite verb of his that really just means introducing yourself to people at bars. […]
“The wake-and-bake was not invented yesterday, but as cannabis companies are expanding their product lines, they’re creating variations of THC that are designed to be consumed throughout the day—to take with coffee in the morning, to get through the afternoon lull at work, and to fall asleep at night.” […]
“And I realized the reason there was such a wealth gap … between whites and African Americans is because African Americans used to be somebody’s property.” […]
“I believe in the people in UGBC. … Something that isn’t always present at other universities but is here: when communities are targeted we always stand up for each other in solidarity. We always fill those roles.” […]
“… people are worth more than just being animals. People have an inherent worth that is elevated by their connection to God,” said Vaccaro.