Boyle, a Jesuit author and graduate of the School of Theology and Ministry (STM), spoke at the second annual Daniel J. Harrington, S.J., Lecture Thursday on Zoom to accept STM’s Alumni Distinguished Service Award.
Boston College students, faculty, and staff voiced their support for the AAPI community on campus, and also organized opportunities for community members to express their concerns and heal in light of the event.
Menakem, author of My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies, spoke about relieving racial trauma through a process he calls “somatic abolitionism” at a Zoom webinar hosted by the Boston College Forum on Racial Justice in America on Thursday.
The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Emma Searle, MCAS ’23, and Avery Olsen, Lynch ’22, to the 2021-22 Executive Council on Tuesday night.
During housing registration on March 15, multiple freshman and sophomore groups of six successfully registered to live in 2150, which typically serves as senior housing.
Daniela Vazquez Loriga, this year’s recipient of the Saint Oscar A. Romero Scholarship Award, said she feels inspired by Romero’s passion for social justice and tries to model her own advocacy after his example.
Soares Thompson was recently appointed the inaugural director of Racial Justice Initiatives for the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office. Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, BC Law ’79, discussed the need for this new position within the DA’s office.
In a Chambers Lecture held by the Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics on March 16, Martinez discussed her path to politics, emphasizing the importance of bipartisanship and strong leadership.