Massachusetts authorities revoked online delivery service Gopuff’s liquor license on May 18 for allegedly selling alcohol to underage Boston College students multiple times. One week later, a judge paused the state’s revocation of Gopuff’s license.
Breaking Down UGBC’s Spending in 2022–23 Academic Year
UGBC’s budget for the 2022–23 academic year was $362,450. Here’s how it was spent.
University Pauses Upper Campus Pavilion Plans, CSD Leaders Say
The University informed UGBC in 2022 that it would soon break ground to build a pavilion on Upper Campus and increase accessibility for students. But by March of this year, the University told UGBC the Upper Campus pavilion project would be indefinitely delayed due to high costs.
Students Express Frustration With Lack of Economics Electives for Fall Semester
Many economics majors are currently expressing frustration with the shortage of economics electives available for the upcoming fall semester. The economics department will do everything it can to help seniors who need specific economics courses to graduate on time, according to Christopher F. Baum, chair of Boston College’s economics department.
BC Will Officially Integrate LGBTQ+ Programming and Support Into BAIC This Summer, Administrators Announce
Boston College will officially integrate its LGBTQ+ programming and support into the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC) this summer, according to an email sent to the BC community on Friday afternoon.
Remembering Former STM Dean Rev. Thomas D. Stegman, S.J.
Rev. Thomas D. Stegman, S.J., a New Testament scholar and former dean of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM), died on April 8 after a battle with glioblastoma, according to a University release. He was 60 years old.
SA Passes a Resolution Expressing Support for Creation of LGBTQ+ Resource Center
The Student Assembly (SA) unanimously voted to pass a resolution expressing its support of continued proposals for an on-campus LGBTQ+ resource center at its meeting Tuesday night. The resolution is a written notice of support for the GLBTQ+ Leadership Council (GLC) that responds to a recent Boston Globe article about calls for the University to open an LGBTQ+ resource center on campus.
Elections Committee, Losing UGBC Pres. and VP Team Address Election-Deciding Sanction
A 25-vote deduction made the difference in the UGBC election Monday night when Jordan Nakash and running mate Yosan Tewelde lost after originally receiving 11 more votes than the winning team.
Kotzen, Heckelman Win UGBC Pres., VP Election
Jonah Kotzen and Meghan Heckelman will be UGBC’s next president and vice president, respectively.
Mitchell Highlights Intergenerational Effects of Segregation at Critical Conversations and Student Voices Conference
The United States is more segregated today than it was 100 years ago, according to Thomas W. Mitchell, the Robert Drinan, S.J., Professor of Law at Boston College.