“The process is so frustrating, it’s so draining and frankly it’s horrible,” they said. “…it’s so overwhelming because you have some people tell you, ‘yes, report, speak up’… and then other people telling you, ‘yeah, this is gonna take like months or years potentially to get anywhere with it.’”
It was the spring of 1969, and the Boston College Black Forum had just emerged from eight weeks of meetings with BC faculty and administrators. The students had successfully negotiated the creation of a Black Studies program—set to launch the following September—with the goal of expanding BC’s Black student and faculty population.
Boston College’s undergraduate theology journal Mystērion held its inaugural spring conference at the BC School of Theology on March 19.
The Boston College Board of Trustees voted to raise undergraduate tuition to $62,950 for the 2022–23 academic year, a $2,420 increase from the previous year’s tuition, according to a University release.