The Student Resource Fair on Wednesday offered students the opportunity to interact with the various resource offices on campus.
Newton’s Village People had their first quarterly meeting last Wednesday, discussing the welfare of the town over Fig Newtons.
UGBC hosted a debate between the two teams of presidential candidates that focused on issues of diversity and inclusion on Wednesday.
Interim VPSA Joy Moore penned a letter rejecting most of the provisions of UGBC’s Hate Crime Response Resolution on behalf of the University.
Come 2019, the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Options Through Education Transitional Summer Program, a six-week program that prepares first-year students for their transition to Boston College.
A resolution calling upon University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. to issue an official statement condemning the clerical sexual abuse uncovered in a Pennsylvania grand jury report last summer passed in the UGBC Student Assembly on Tuesday.
The first event in International Education Week (IEW), organized by the Office of International Programs and the Office of International Students and Scholars, was an hour-long keynote presentation by Yoshiaki Terumichi, the president of Sophia University in Tokyo.