The Women’s Center hosted a discussion on Tuesday titled “How much does political representation really matter in the U.S.?” through a program called DISH, which is a monthly meeting held in the Women’s Center on topics related to intersectional feminism. […]
Mike Lupica, a former writer and columnist for The Heights and BC ’74, returned to campus Nov. 15 to speak to the community about his journalistic career and the moments that have forever changed his life. […]
The panel featured Brinton Lykes, co-director of the Center for Human Rights and International Justice; Elista Molles, professor of international studies and political science; and Maheen Haider, a Ph.D. student in the department of sociology.
The Portico Program and the Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics hosted a lecture titled “Doing What’s Right” on Nov. 19. The forum featured Dan Price, founder of Gravity Payments, who talked about his decision to use his business for social change. […]
The ALC chair discusses how the Boston College community can take steps to improve the AHANA+ student experience. […]
Two of OLAA’s leaders chime in on the state of the Latinx experience at Boston College. […]
A motion to allocate $600 from the SA’s budget to hold a Student Resources Fair this winter and a resolution concerning “Increased Allocation Of Resources Towards Muslim Students At Boston College” passed in the Student Assembly (SA) on Tuesday. […]