The PULSE Program for Service Learning has changed a lot since the program was first introduced, but never quite so drastically as it has this year.
“Now is the time where some new folks are involving themselves in anti-racist work, but I really think the students are really ready to do this work,” Arnson said. “We recognize that if we don’t do it now, when are we going to do it?”
More than 100 Newton residents, Newton North students, and activists carried signs reading “Black Lives Matter” and “There is no Planet B” in a socially distanced protest Saturday morning.
Citizens of Newton reflected upon the life of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Friday afternoon in an event organized by The League of Women Voters Newton.
“We’re just a very vibrant, artistic, and cultural community,” Gannon said. “It was pretty easy for me to tap into this and get people to come forward to help, and I’ll tell you they came running. It was really great to see how everyone was willing to support our community.”
The Career and Internship Fair will be held virtually this year on Sept. 17. Information can be found on BC’s new online platform Handshake.
Representatives from BC Dining provided a general overview of their operations in the latest student-administrator forum on Wednesday.