University president William P. Leahy, S.J.’s email to the BC community about the travel ban inspired Aneeb Sheikh to draft the resolution calling for BC to provide free housing for affected members of the community.
Boston College Cancels Classes For Tomorrow
Due to extreme winter weather, all Boston College classes will be cancelled tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 9.
Grad Student Association Shuttle Route Initiative Hits Roadblock
The GSA aimed to combat the rising cost of parking on campus by expanding BC’s shuttle routes into more off-campus locations.
Student Assembly Calls for Resources for Students Affected by Travel Ban
The resolutions suggests that the University set aside housing for students who might feel unable to return home during school breaks.
Muslim Students Association Plans Friday Protest of Trump Executive Order
“My mom was kind of stuck in Egypt for a whole year last year, and I know that feeling of having a family member removed, in a different country.”
Mancini, Batsinelas Only Team to Enter UGBC Presidential Race by Deadline
The Elections Committee is likely to extend the deadline for declaring intent to run this week.
BC, Preparing Strategic Plan, Has Complicated History On Student Center Efforts
BC is the only top-30 university without a student center.
In Response to Student Demand, O’Neill and Hillside Extend Hours
“Hillside After Dark” is meant to give students somewhere to gather and socialize other than their residence halls.
CJBC To Stand in Solidarity with Standing Rock Today at Rally
Alyssa Florack, a member of CJBC and MCAS ’17, believes that social justice and climate change are deeply intertwined.
University Counseling Services to Hold Diversity Panel on Tuesday
After the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, instances of police brutality across the country, and a homophobic vandalism on campus in September, UCS thinks now is the time for more focus on diversity and inclusion.