The communication department decided against allowing students heightened access to the media labs.
The posters are in response to the University’s rejection of the Undergraduate Government’s proposed free speech policy.
Carolyn Lynch, namesake of Lynch School of Education, was known for bridging gaps between BC and the community.
A recent report about juvenile females in the justice system, “Gender Injustice,” was written by Boston College Law professor Francine Sherman, BC ’80, and Annie Balck, an independent policy consultant.
Sinn Fein political party president Gerry Adam will not face charges for his arrest last spring in connection with a 1972 murder that was disclosed in an oral history project sponsored by Boston College, the Belfast Project.
Using national averages, Women’s Center director Katie Dalton estimates that 237 women per class will be assaulted at Boston College.