The walkout, part of the broader #NeverAgain movement, aimed to make the lives and safety of students a priority in Congress, and ensure that gun violence in schools and communities around the United States ends. […]
Samantha Power graduated from Yale University in 1992 and Harvard Law School in 1999, and Ed Markey, a Double Eagle, graduated from BC in 1968 and BC Law in 1972. […]
The ban did included an amendment that shields Garden Remedies, a current medical marijuana facility, from being included in the moratorium. […]
“We hope Icarus is a wake-up call—yes, about Russia, but more than that, about the importance of telling the truth, now more than ever,” said producer Bryan Fogel at the Academy Awards.
“I knew I had wanted to go into medicine, [but] I had no idea why—Haiti made me know why,” said Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners in Health. […]
“After reviewing the university statement on the referendum and holding preliminary discussions with university administrators, we are dismayed to confirm that the University has no intention of allowing the Students For Sexual Health to distribute contraceptives on campus, despite the overwhelming student need and demand for these resources,” Connor Kratz, MCAS ’19, said.
Of the seven break-ins, all were reported to have no signs of forced entry, and four involved the theft of a laptop. […]
“BC has been growing from a regional university to a national one,” said Alberto Godenzi, the co-chair of the initiative. “We have been engaged internationally, but not in a strategic way.” […]
“More than anything else, black underclass needs human capital, the values, the habits, the attitudes, the behaviors, that facilitate economic advancement, regardless of who gets elected,” said Jason Riley, a columnist for the Wall Street Journal. […]
Members of Climate Justice at Boston College (CJBC) debated members of the BC Investment Club (BCIC) Monday over divestment from fossil fuels. Matthew Barad, a member of CJBC and MCAS ’19, opened by explaining that, […]