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Meet The Fiore-Chettiar-Marchese Team

By: Mary Rose Fissinger

Marchese and Fiore-Chettiar pledge to be different from past “UGBC insider teams” who often do nothing to end the bureaucracy that many believe hinders effectiveness. They both have expressed dissatisfaction with the current culture and hope to drastically transform it if elected. Fiore-Chettiar was considering leaving UGBC before she decided to run for president, and only felt comfortable running for the position after she met Chris, whose vision she felt aligned with hers.

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Meet The Levine-Vergara Team

By: Mary Rose Fissinger

Many of their platform points are things that Levine and Vergara believe, though they may seem trivial, will have a large impact on student life based on the amount of people they will affect-more staplers on campus, more printing stations, better coffee in the dining halls. They hope that by accomplishing small things that impact nearly every student’s life, they will be able to reintroduce UGBC into students’ minds as an effective vehicle for accomplishing tasks that serve the interests of the student body.

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STM Professor Rev. Daniel Harrington, S.J. Dies At 73

By: Julie Orenstein

When Rev. Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. was a boy, he believed that he could never become a teacher or priest because he had a stutter.
He believed this until the day he read a passage from Exodus in which Moses says, “I am slow of speech and slow of tongue,” after which Harrington thought, “If Moses could do it, maybe I can.”

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University Addresses Financial Aid

By: Connor Farley

“It’s actually the opposite,” said Bob Lay, Dean of Enrollment Management (DEMO). “Rather than presenting obstacles to students, our goal is to offer students opportunities that will make attendance and success at Boston College possible.”

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