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.
The four teams running for president and vice president of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College convened on a Zoom webinar Monday night for the UGBC Diversity and Inclusion debate, one week after officially kicking off their campaigns.
BC also received high rankings at the graduate and professional levels, ranking second for finance and 17th for law.
The Student Assembly acquitted UGBC President Christian Guma in a vote of 15 for conviction to 11 for acquittal, three votes short of the 18 required to convict and remove Guma from office.
When Boston College moved courses online last semester, undergraduate students studying to become teachers in the Lynch School of Education and Human Development were faced with the task of adapting to online learning both for their BC courses and their own teaching responsibilities.
On Sept. 23, Connell School of Nursing Dean Susan Gennaro received a letter from a recent patient at Newton-Wellesley Hospital who appreciated the difference that interacting with a Boston College nursing student had made during his stay.
Education at Boston College looks a little different this year, as the University pursues a hybrid model of course delivery with a variety of online classes, in-person instruction, and some classes striking a middle ground with a mix of both online and in-person instruction.