Christina Satina’s daily walk to Stuart Dining Hall on Boston College’s Newton Campus quickly took a turn for the worse when she found herself face to beak with “Newton’s biggest menace.”
Vice President for Student Affairs Shawna Cooper-Gibson will pause her plans to restructure the Thea Bowman AHANA Intercultural Center (BAIC) after hearing feedback from students, alumni, and members of color on Boston College’s Board of Trustees, according to a University release.
Philip Guarino, a career coach at the Boston College Career Center, picked up his phone on March 1 to answer what he assumed would be a normal call.
Turning Point Repeatedly Contacts UGBC Members, Reflecting Nationwide Pattern of Targeting Student Governments
Boston College accepted 16 percent of a record-high 40,477 applicants for the Class of 2026, according to a University release.
Thirteen students were elected to the Student Assembly of UGBC in Tuesday’s election.
Reflecting on their wins, the newly elected representatives expressed gratitude to their classmates for electing them and excitement to make tangible change on Boston College’s campus.
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.