After submitting a working proposal in November, UGBC expresses disappointment in the lack of a plan of action from the administration.
Tickets to see the Chainsmokers sold out in a record two minutes.
A $10 million donation for campus beautification causes UGBC to release a statement.
For its third meeting with the Board of Trustees, UGBC presented on institutional racism and inclusivity.
For the group’s Christmas Extravaganza, Agape Latte filled Hillside Café with students to hear Karen Kiefer talk about how she found a way to serve God through baking bread.
With the hopes of sparking conversation about immigration, students linked arms in response to a BC Snapchat Story.
To represent the various ways of empowering women, the Women’s Center, the Undergraduate Government of Boston College, Women in Business, Lean In, and I Am That Girl have collaborated in developing the AdvanceHER campaign.
Thomas McGuiness is now associate vice provost, and Craig Burns is serving as interim director.
In reaction to their documentary screening, club React to Film posted signs with sexual assault statistics to raise awareness and spark conversation.
Boston College boosts number of administrators by 187.5 percent over 25 years.