Joy Moore, BC ’81, Has made the move from Cadigan to Maloney Hall, and she’s not just ready to run Student Affairs—she’s ready to listen.
“In my opinion, we must respectfully juggle the fact that racism must color the way we see how amazing these activists are treated, very differently from the thoughtful leaders of the Black LIves Matter movement,” said professor C. Shawn McGuffey. “We must do both of these.”
Achampong and King had to redo their interview process for vice presidential applicants because the first round didn’t meet the requirements of the UGBC constitution.
The vote was 12-8 against as some members of the SA questioned the pick’s knowledge of the position.
Akosua Achampong and Tt King developed appreciation for advocacy work even before they got to college. Now they bring that perspective to UGBC.
Friday night’s celebration of Black History Month included song, dance, and poetry.
On Thursday evening, Aksoua Achampong and Tt King, both MCAS ’18, were elected UGBC president and EVP, ending a contentious election season.