Two candidates vying to be elected president of UGBC faced off for the first time in a Thursday night debate, explaining how they plan to confront issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) on Boston College’s campus.
Kudzai Kapurura tapped Caleb Wachsmuth as her new running mate in the upcoming UGBC presidential election after the previous vice presidential candidate withdrew from the race.
The University placed Climate Justice at Boston College (CJBC) under probation for violating the Student Code of Conduct after students delivered cards with vulgar language to University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., as part of a Valentine’s Day–inspired divestment protest.
A female student reported to the Boston College Police Department that a man sexually assaulted her as she was walking off-campus early Friday morning, according to a BCPD community awareness bulletin.
Two teams launched their bids for UGBC president and vice president Friday afternoon, kicking off a race that will end when students cast their ballots on April 5.
The Boston College Board of Trustees voted to raise undergraduate tuition to $62,950 for the 2022–23 academic year, a $2,420 increase from the previous year’s tuition, according to a University release.
The Office of Residential Life altered its housing selection timeline after it was disrupted due to IT server issues, according to an email sent to students on Wednesday. The housing selection process will resume on Thursday.
The Office of Residential Life postponed six-person apartment selection—which was set to occur this afternoon—for the remainder of the day due to IT server issues, according to an email sent to students.
For Bozhena Kulchyckyj, a typical weekend as a Boston College senior right now is not spent in the Mods, but rather using her time to help fundraise and raise awareness for her country—Ukraine.