Historians and geologists view natural and human history from two differing perspectives, according to Dipesh Chakrabarty, a professor of history and South Asian languages and civilizations at the University of Chicago.
Wright Discusses the History and Art of Belonging in a Texas Neighborhood
The African and African diaspora studies department hosted Willie Jamaal Wright, an assistant professor of geography at the University of Florida, on April 12 as part of the New Directions Lecture Series. Wright discussed his latest project, a book on how Black artists in historically Black neighborhoods use art and public performance to create a vision of development rather than gentrification.
SA Passes a Resolution Expressing Support for Creation of LGBTQ+ Resource Center
The Student Assembly (SA) unanimously voted to pass a resolution expressing its support of continued proposals for an on-campus LGBTQ+ resource center at its meeting Tuesday night. The resolution is a written notice of support for the GLBTQ+ Leadership Council (GLC) that responds to a recent Boston Globe article about calls for the University to open an LGBTQ+ resource center on campus.
The Resource Center: BC Students Continue Calling for an LGBTQ+ Space After Years of Advocacy
Following roughly two decades of advocacy, BC students continue to call for a resource center.
BC to No Longer Require COVID-19 Vaccinations or Boosters for Students, Staff, or Faculty
Boston College will no longer require COVID-19 vaccinations or boosters for incoming students, staff, or faculty, according to Director of University Health Services Douglas Comeau.
Kong Emphasizes Using One’s Voice to Create Change in APAHM Opening Ceremony
Despite ongoing discrimination like the rise of anti-Asian racism during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asian Pacific community is not powerless to make change, according to Interim Director of the Office of Student Involvement Roatha Kong.
SA Discusses Elections Committee, Flo Rida Concert Ticket Availability
The Student Assembly (SA) discussed the role of the Elections Committee during Monday night’s UGBC election and the limited availability of Flo Rida tickets during its meeting on Tuesday night.
Elections Committee, Losing UGBC Pres. and VP Team Address Election-Deciding Sanction
A 25-vote deduction made the difference in the UGBC election Monday night when Jordan Nakash and running mate Yosan Tewelde lost after originally receiving 11 more votes than the winning team.
Kotzen, Heckelman Win UGBC Pres., VP Election
Jonah Kotzen and Meghan Heckelman will be UGBC’s next president and vice president, respectively.
Del Soto Discusses the Two-Fold Responsibilities of Migrant Women
Migrant women can serve as both caregivers and human rights defenders, according to psychologist and sociologist Arancha Garcia del Soto.