Last year’s march occurred with the intention that the University would do something in response.
After an impeachment resolution was sponsored against him for a Facebook post, Steve DiPietro resigned from UGBC, and Matt Batsinelas joined him in solidarity against what they claim to be a Student Assembly intolerant of differing viewpoints.
“This past [Saturday], a few senators sent out a resolution to the Student Assembly that brought forward articles of impeachment against Former Senator Stephen DiPietro who was Former Director of the Mental Health Committee,” the statement read.
This story starts 84 years ago, when Casper Augustus Ferguson began attending and eventually graduated from BC. He was miserable.
The resolution echoes some of the demands made last week at the “Silence is Still Violence” march.
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An immense portion of the Boston College community marched in solidarity to protest multiple racist incidents that occurred last weekend in a demonstration Friday called “Silence is Still Violence.” Starting at 12 p.m., BC students and faculty marched from McElroy Commons to Corcoran Commons, displaying signs and chanting “Black Lives Matter.” Over 1,200 people marked…