“So it’s really more than a community, it’s more of a family” said Jonathan Afonso, MCAS ’19. “It’s really good for people who don’t feel like they fit into the BC culture and it gives them an outlet and a place to feel welcome.”
According to Lisa White, the associate director of engagement at the Career Center, over 1000 students attended the Career Fair over the two days seeking internships and full-time jobs.
Last year, intercultural clubs made up 34 percent of club funding. This year, that number is down to 23 percent.
He will work with first-generation, low-income students, and students with disabilities, helping them from admission until life after BC.
By studying sociology, Hyppolite Ntigurirwa came to understand the cause of the Rwandan genocide: learned hate.
Alen Kristic spoke of the need for religious change in the region, particularly in Bosnia and Herzegovina after the horrors of the Bosnian War.