Judge Diane Freniere denied the request of the 37 members of Boston College men’s and women’s swim and dive to maintain anonymity in their lawsuit against the University.
Boston College filed court documents on Monday reaffirming the University’s earlier statements that hazing occurred within the men’s and women’s swim and dive program.
Question 2 on the 2018 Massachusetts ballot asks voters to decide if corporations have the same constitutional right to free speech as individuals.
Statement Of Solidarity Regarding Supreme Court’s Decision To Uphold The Muslim Ban Dear Boston College Eagles, On Tuesday the 26th of June, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that the Muslim Ban, a policy motivated by explicit racism, xenophobia, islamophobia, anti-immigrant, and anti-refugee sentiment, was constitutional. The court chose to ignore the animus of…