“We’re talking to students, hearing what they have to say about BC administration’s policies,” Kruft said. “And we’re really gonna try to be their voice and make the change that they’re telling us they want to see in the community.”
“[They were] wondering how long it was going to last, wondering what would come next. Students were wondering whether it would affect their job prospects and whether they’re going to graduate on time and how they were going to be graded. All of that was up in the air, so long as the strike lasted.”
“When [people] feel like they can’t do the things they usually do to use their minds or to bring them joy, that’s always tough to hear and reminds me why this whole effort is going to be really important to them and to the rest of the world.”
LGBTQ+ Student Outreach and Support has reached out to LGBTQ+ students to offer support as the University requires students to move out.
“The Intersectional Social Progress pledge is something that we want to be a core document for every single interaction we have—so we want that to be a fundamental basis for those relations. Whether we’re creating the new coalition of student governments or working with the Jesuit Student Government Alliance, we want to make sure that we’re all on the same fundamental page.”
Close friends said Alberto Godenzi, who served as the dean of the School of Social Work and vice provost for Global Engagement, lived with virtue and integrity.
‘Drawing God,’ a children’s book by Director of the Church in the 21st Century Center Karen Kiefer, will be released on October 8.
“We’re not trying to create mediocre lawyers or average lawyers,” Kanstroom said. “We’re trying to create excellent lawyers who are smart and know what they’re doing and [more importantly], why they’re doing it.”