Sendoya’s departure comes after a year of student protests and activism calling on the University to, among other requests, reevaluate the programs it has in place for instruction on diversity and inclusion on campus.
2018-19 Has Most-Ever AHANA+ RAs
“It’s a big passion of mine to make sure we represent our student body within our staff,” said Mike Lorenz, ResLife’s associate director for selection, development, and formation.
Editorial: Rise in AHANA+ RAs Shows Inclusion in Residence Halls
“It is important that BC represents all student demographics in leadership roles on campus—an increase in RAs that identify as students of color presents a solid foundation to ensure that residents find their dorms comfortable and inclusive homes for the year.”
UGBC Teams Discuss Goals, Qualifications at Final Debate
The candidates were asked to respond to a variety of questions, ranging from issues of diversity and inclusion to discussing the challenges they would face in office if elected.
UGBC Presidential Campaign Kickoff Event Marks Start of Election Season
The Elections Committee is hosting a debate on diversity and inclusion on Tuesday evening, as well as a final debate on Feb. 11.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Service Brings BC Community Together
Through various mediums, including song, prayer, poetry, and public speaking, the night addressed the marginalization of people of color and minorities at large.
BC Plans for Educational Module, Survey in Response to Racist Incidents
One of the student involved in a racist incident last month is no longer enrolled at BC, according to a press release.
With Humor, ‘Ms. Smiley’ Makes Students Feel at Home
With her ever-present smile, McBarnett has her reputation of being one of BC’s most caring figures.
Class of 2021 Most Diverse in BC’s History
“Boston College is determined to make higher education accessible to excellent students of all socioeconomic backgrounds,” Director of Undergraduate Admission John Mahoney said to The Chronicle.
LTE: In Response to “Peter Markell, New Chair of Trustees, Discusses Goals, Recent Activism at BC”
“University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. as the leader of Boston College, should speak out whenever situations occur that especially hurt students. There cannot be a substitute for that.”