Dongyeon Lee introduced his brand new app Sellege—an exclusive college marketplace—in an email to Boston College students with one simple phrase: “You have asked for it, so I made it for everyone!”
On April 6, The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC passed three resolutions concerning the creation of a Women and Gender Studies (WGS) major, a partnership between UGBC and the Office of Transportation and Parking, and funding for diaper decks on campus.
This reflects a significant increase in the University’s admission selectivity from last year’s 24 percent acceptance rate.
Boston College students, faculty, and staff voiced their support for the AAPI community on campus, and also organized opportunities for community members to express their concerns and heal in light of the event.
The resolution removes environment and sustainability from under the Student Initiatives (SI) branch of UGBC, making it its own division.
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.