The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Svea McNally, Lynch ’22, and Christopher Rizzo, MCAS ’22, to chair positions in the executive branch on Tuesday night.
Skerry Discusses The Effects of “Diversity Talk”
Peter Skerry, a political science professor at Boston College, said last Monday evening that modern-day talk of diversity and inclusion has grown to an excess in recent years in a way that hurts African Americans.
SA Confirms Directors to Financial Affairs, Environmental Sustainability
The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Robert Finn, CSOM ’22, and Ryan Bates, MCAS ’22, to the 2021-22 Executive Council on Tuesday night.
BC Theology, STM Ranked Seventh In The World
Boston College is ranked the seventh best school in the world for Theology, Divinity & Religious Studies, a three-place improvement from last year, according to a University release.
UGBC Passes Amendments Concerning Study Abroad, Diversity and Inclusion
The Student Assembly (SA) of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College passed amendments on Tuesday night allowing SA representatives to serve virtually from abroad, and requiring them to attend at least two diversity and inclusion events each year they are in office.
UGBC Presidential Candidates Meet for Final Debate
The four candidates for president of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College—Spencer Sandusky and Kevork Atinizian, both CSOM ’22, and Urwa Hameed and Jack Bracher, both MCAS ’22—met for a final debate on Sunday ahead of Tuesday’s election.
UGBC Parliamentary Board Denies Guma’s Petition to Dismiss His Impeachment Trial
The Parliamentary Board of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College denied UGBC President Christian Guma’s petition to either dismiss a resolution scheduling his impeachment trial for Tuesday or to immediately reconvene the Student Assembly (SA) to debate the resolution again.
BC Professors Reflect on Teaching During a Pandemic
With approximately half of the University’s undergraduate students opting to complete the semester remotely, professors must continue to adapt to the ever-changing landscape of teaching amid a pandemic.
BC Says It Will Make a Decision on Study Abroad Soon
Students planning on studying abroad in spring 2021 are awaiting a decision from the Office of International Programs (OIP) about whether it will hold its expected programs. Nick Gozik, the director of OIP, said that a decision is expected to be made in “mid-Fall.”
“At a Time When Journalism is Sorely Needed,” Minor Becomes an Official Program
After a two-year pilot phase, BC’s six-course journalism minor became an official program this academic year.