The president-elect and vice president-elect of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College presented a plan to restructure the student government.
A letter addressed to UGBC by interim VPSA Joy Moore in response to UGBC’s Dec. 9 resolution explained why the University is rejecting most of the legislative body’s requests of the BC.
A motion to allocate $600 from the SA’s budget to hold a Student Resources Fair this winter and a resolution concerning “Increased Allocation Of Resources Towards Muslim Students At Boston College” passed in the Student Assembly (SA) on Tuesday.
UGBC unanimously voted to pass a resolution to its constitution that converts two of its pre-existing seats into seats for international and transfer students.
While this may be the first year Kalkidan Tadesse, the chair of the UGBC’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and MCAS ’21, is a part of UGBC, it is far from her first time getting campus-wide change initiated.
Alex Eishingdrelo, the new chair of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s Campus Improvements Committee and MCAS ’20, wants to focus on small, tangible refinements that students at BC can really experience.
Aneeb Sheikh, MCAS ’20, is ready to create to change as the newest chair on the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s Academic Affairs Committee and president pro-tempore of UGBC.
John Gehman, the new chair of the Intersections Committee and MCAS ’21, plans to provide initiatives that encompass the entire, diverse Boston College community by concentrating on creating programs that emphasize intersectionality, differing identities, and inclusivity.