While there are many ways to enact change, facing differences and embracing them in our own lives proves to be the most powerful, as the ‘Speak For Your Change’ event suggests.
Student engagement is critical. As racial issues are addressed across campus and continue to be an important part of discourse, students should participate in and learn from Black History Month.
This year’s ball took place at the Westin Copley Place in downtown Boston.
‘The Heights’ revisits BC’s long road to integration, profiling the University’s shift from an all-white institution to a more diverse community.
As Black History Month gets underway, the Bowman Center readies for a host of events intended to bring the Boston College student body together.