The Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC) held an opening celebration for Hispanic/LatinX Heritage Month on Wednesday showcasing the diversity and richness of cultures within the community.
The two teams running for UGBC president and vice president faced off on Sunday night one last time before Tuesday’s election, debating how they plan to tackle issues including academic advising, transparency within student government, and environmental sustainability.
Boston College’s department of romance languages and literatures hosted its first in-person graduate student conference on March 18 and 19 since the COVID-19 pandemic halted many on-campus events and traditions.
The Latinx Leadership Initiative (LLI), an initiative within Boston College’s School of Social Work, has partnered up with Mass General Brigham, the commonwealth’s largest healthcare provider, to improve healthcare for Latinx communities across the state, the University announced this month.
Specializing in German and Latin treats, Bettina’s Bakery is bringing a unique combination of flavors to Newton Upper Falls. Bettina Scemama, along with her partner Naun Rivera, opened their homey bakery on Oct. 5.
Urwa Hameed, MCAS ’22, was born and raised in Pakistan before immigrating to the United States. Hameed, who studies political science and international studies, now hopes that her new book, Steering Towards Change: Women Politicians Challenging Patriarchy, Class and Power in Pakistan, will inspire young Pakistani girls to run for office.
Last weekend, BC invited the Class of 2020 back to campus for its Commencement Weekend—two days of in-person celebration alongside friends and family to make up for graduation ceremonies that were canceled nearly a year-and-a-half ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic.