The four candidates for president of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College—Spencer Sandusky and Kevork Atinizian, both CSOM ’22, and Urwa Hameed and Jack Bracher, both MCAS ’22—met for a final debate on Sunday ahead of Tuesday’s election.
In two YouTube videos released on Wednesday and Jan. 23, theologian Laura Grimes alleges that Richard Gaillardetz, chair of the theology department, sexually assaulted her twice—on Halloween and in early December of 1987—while the two were students in a theology doctoral program at Notre Dame.
The Student Assembly of UGBC passed a resolution calling on BC to create an LGBTQ+ Living and Learning Community on Tuesday.
Rev. Casey Beaumier, S.J., director of the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, said people’s leadership abilities will be determined by how they tell their stories.
The four teams running for president and vice president of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College convened on a Zoom webinar Monday night for the UGBC Diversity and Inclusion debate, one week after officially kicking off their campaigns.
BC also received high rankings at the graduate and professional levels, ranking second for finance and 17th for law.
Lurein Perera and his friends encountered a homeless man while walking back from dinner on a cold night in October of 2018. He asked Perera if he had money to spare, but the student was not carrying any cash.
Miles Taylor, a whistleblower within the Trump administration, spoke about the importance of dissent and shared his own experiences Thursday on Zoom. The event, titled “Why Dissent Matters—Lessons on Leadership Culture from a White House Whistleblower,” was hosted by the Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics.