Boston College has issued an all-clear notice in regards to a bomb threat called in Thursday night.
On Monday afternoon, a letter was sent to several participants of Tuesday’s “die-in” protest in St. Mary’s Hall, indicating protesters could face sanctions.
Danny De Leon, A&S ’15, says he was told by BC vice president of Student Affairs that St. Mary’s “die-in” protesters are subject to disciplinary sanctions.
To address confusion and increase transparency about the medical and conduct procedures with alcohol-related incidents, BCEMS hosted a panel discussion Wednesday night featuring representatives from each of the major phases of the process—BCPD, BCEMS, the Office of Student Conduct, and the Office of Health Promotion.
The latest figures reported in the University’s Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics—a public report federally mandated under the Clery Act—show an increase in the number of forcible sexual assaults reported at Boston College in 2013.
When the grievances are not that serious, it becomes difficult to have a conversation about policy and how sometimes implementation is what’s important.