This was the first hearing filed by Councilor Althea Garrison, who was sworn in this past January, and her proposal for increasing civics education has garnered widespread support from other city councilors and constituents alike.
This year, the question “Should Boston College withhold investments from the fossil fuel industry?” will appear on the presidential elections ballot for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College.
The two teams running for the UGBC Presidency and Executive Vice Presidency met in Robsham Theater on Sunday night for the final debate of the campaign.
The two remaining presidential teams in the Undergraduate Government of Boston College presidential election race disclosed their official platforms at Monday night’s election kickoff. Both teams also sent The Heights extended platforms with more policy details.
The election kickoff for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College presidential race took place Monday night, where the two remaining presidential teams disclosed their official platforms.
The three teams campaigning to be Undergraduate Government of Boston College President and Executive Vice President released their initial platform proposals to The Heights after they officially declared their candidacies this week. At the core of all three platforms is the intent to cultivate a more inclusive campus culture, but the teams disagree on how…
Thomas Wesner, a law professor Boston College, and Peter Skerry, a professor in the political science department, addressed the divisions present in the United States and their growing importance in politics.
Question 2 on the 2018 Massachusetts ballot asks voters to decide if corporations have the same constitutional right to free speech as individuals.
Victor Conde, an international human rights lawyer and educator, examined the global and national importance of international human rights law in the Center for Human Rights and International Justice Center’s Rights in Conflict Series.
Though the department is working to become stronger, according to Marc Snapper, chair of the chemistry department, its focus with regard to the Schiller is truly on reciprocity.