The UGBC Senate discussed updates on an effort to create a new public policy minor during its meeting Tuesday night. According to student senator Andreas Pantazakos, the minor could be approved as early as Feb. 22—provided it garners enough support from faculty and administrators.
To understand the nature of the women’s rights movement in Iran, one need not look further than the movement’s slogan, “Women, Life, Liberty,” according to Roya Hakakian.
Rachael Denhollander learned firsthand that while advocacy is supremely important, it also comes at a cost.
In the wake of the International Court of Justice’s ruling on the case against Israel’s actions in the Gaza Strip, Gabor Rona, professor of practice at Cardozo Law School, spoke to the nuances of applying law to the Israel-Hamas conflict.
Members of the Boston College community gathered on Thursday night for the annual Black History Month opening celebration, which was themed “Resistance Thru Art.”
UGBC Senate Talks Transportation Costs for Clinicals and Practicums, Expanding Cultural Diversity Core Offerings
In its first public meeting of the semester, the UGBC Senate discussed initiatives to subsidize transportation costs for students enrolled in practicums and clinical experiences.
Universities can and should have different rules for expression and speech than the public sphere, according to Kent Greenfield, Boston College Law professor and dean’s distinguished scholar.
Tanya Otsuka, BC Law ’11, was sworn in as a board member of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) board on Jan. 8.
Chemistry professor Larry W. McLaughlin, who taught at Boston College for 34 years before he died in November, was an “all-around talent,” according to Jianmin Gao.
Boston College is the 12th safest college campus in the country, according to a recent ranking by Academic Influence, a think tank specializing in higher education.