Last night, the Student Assembly (SA) voted 32-0 with two abstentions to confirm Connor Bourff, vice president of Student Initiatives (VPSI) and A&S ’15, as the new executive vice president (EVP) of UGBC. He replaces Chris Marchese, A&S ’15, who stepped down from the position last week.
UGBC President Nanci Fiore-Chettiar announced yesterday that the UGBC Executive Council has decided to seek confirmation from the Student Assembly for the appointment of Connor Bourff to the position of UGBC Executive Vice President.
UGBC Executive Vice President Chris Marchese, A&S ’15 confirmed tonight that he has stepped down from his role for “personal reasons.”
A scattered consciousness discovers 15 life and sport lessons at Harvard.
Whether it is containing the spread of Ebola or combating economic crises, international organizations could play a critical role in solving society’s greatest difficulties, said former Greek PM George Papandreou yesterday afternoon.
Over the summer, Boston College entered into arbitration over the use of the domain name bostoncollege.us. According to the decision issued by the National Arbitration Forum (NAF)—a body that resolves disputes over the use of top-level domains—BC claimed that the owner of the website violated BC’s trademark rights and used the name “Boston College” in bad faith.
By: Andrew Skaras
Paul Chebator, who will be stepping down from his post as the Dean of Students at the end of this academic year after 34 years at the University, has seen many of the changes take place from his vantage point in that office.
By: Andrew Skaras
Before he had even matriculated at Boston College, Bill Clerico, CEO of WePay and BC ’07, met his future roommate, business partner, and friend Rich Aberman, vice president of Product of WePay and BC ’07, at Boston Logan International Airport while waiting for a bus to pick them up to take them to BC.