Jack Bracher and Gianna Russi, both MCAS ’22, will be the next president and vice president, respectively, of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College. The team won 1,289 of 3,208 total votes, or 40 percent, in Tuesday’s election.
The Student Assembly of UGBC passed a resolution calling on BC to create an LGBTQ+ Living and Learning Community on Tuesday.
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College is purchasing vouchers for students from local businesses in an effort to boost campus morale, according to Christian Guma, UGBC president and CSOM ’21.
Executive Vice President and Interim Vice President for Student Affairs Michael Lochhead sent an email to students on Tuesday attributing the recent rise in COVID-19 cases at Boston College to “students letting their guard down.” If the trend continues, BC may implement further restrictions, including possibly sending students home early for the semester, the email said.
Biden selected Evan Ryan, BC ’93, to serve as White House Cabinet secretary in the Office of Cabinet Affairs and Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, BC ’09, to serve as secretary of labor in his cabinet.
The summit also included eight workshops which focused on a variety of topics, including women in software engineering and the importance of self-compassion.
The Boston College Police Department identified two individuals responsible for vandalizing the women’s Multicultural Learning Experience (MLE) floor—the third floor of Xavier Hall on Upper Campus—in the early hours of Saturday morning.
As college applications for the next academic year draw to a close, Boston College has announced new plans to increase its veteran enrollment in the coming years. The University has partnered with Service to School’s VetLink Program, which connects student veterans to a network of partner colleges and universities across the country. Service to School,…