“When [people] feel like they can’t do the things they usually do to use their minds or to bring them joy, that’s always tough to hear and reminds me why this whole effort is going to be really important to them and to the rest of the world.”
“We need to have a culture of respect because sometimes people, especially people who are in the margins, do not feel as though they are respected here. You know, there’s a great song about it. ‘R-E-S-P-E-C-T.’ These things ring true throughout history, and we need to bring it here at Boston College.”
At the Diversity and Inclusion debate, the four teams running for UGBC president and executive vice president squared off on issues of diversity at BC.
“I wanted to use the camera to celebrate the relationship between humans and nature. And that was a perfect motivation to get myself started. But as my understanding of the art form deepened, I realized that a lot of people have been using the camera over time to celebrate the relationship between humans and nature.”