In an interview, Seaver’s Express guitarist Sean Seaver discusses how BC athletics came to embrace BC’s independent music.
Upwards of 3,000 demonstrators made their way to the streets of Boston Thursday night, protesting the decision not to indict the officer involved in the alleged homicide of Eric Garner.
Representatives from UGBC to present plan to administrators, Board of Trustees Friday, proposing an expansion of free speech, loser controls under the student guide.
Issues of wealth, class, and privilege at BC were discussed Monday night in the latest installment of UGBC’s “BC Ignites” series.
BC men’s basketball rolls to a win, this time with heavy inside pressure, 3-pointers, and a new Olivier Hanlan.
BC men’s basketball pulled away in the second half, comfortably beating Marist by double digits.
Dozens of BC students, including many members of the Black Student Forum, marched across campus and gathered in front of BCPD headquarters to protest the grand jury decision tonight not to indict Ferguson officer Darren Wilson.
A spirit of innovation tied together the acts in the Music Guild’s Fall Band Showcase.
Last night, the Student Assembly (SA) voted 32-0 with two abstentions to confirm Connor Bourff, vice president of Student Initiatives (VPSI) and A&S ’15, as the new executive vice president (EVP) of UGBC. He replaces Chris Marchese, A&S ’15, who stepped down from the position last week.