“I remain fundamentally optimistic about Greece,” said President of the New Democracy party of Greece and Leader of the Opposition Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
“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.
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, as the world is moving away from oil and gas drilling, staying invested in these industries would lead to short-term…
“I am absolutely elated and incredibly humbled to observe this astounding electoral victory and all that it means for improved student health and well-being on campus,” said Connor Kratz, SSH co-chair and MCAS ’18, in an email.
“We are delighted the student body will have the opportunity to elevate their voices on this critical campus health issue,” said Connor Kratz, SSH co-chair and MCAS ’18.
4.2 percent of the undergraduate population answered the survey.
“I think it’s encouraging to see, if this person was able to go through college and have a normal experience, then I can too,” said Sofia Skok, co-founder of the program and MCAS ’18.
“There’s just a tremendous amount of incredibly strong undergraduate level scholarly work going on [in the Lynch School],” said Julia DeVoy, the school’s associate dean of undergraduate students.
Unmotivated to walk to the dining hall one night sophomore year, JB Bruggeman, CSOM ’19, and his roommates realized that students would benefit from an on-campus delivery service.
“The needs that led to the original creation of the Lynch Honors Program, as with the other Honors programs at Boston College, no longer exist,” an email sent on Wednesday to students in the program said.