As a new columnist for The Heights, I am grappling with how I can share my opinions while avoiding a collision course. What can I say that is useful? What can I say that is not divisive but productive?
The two teams running for UGBC president and vice president faced off in a final debate on Thursday night, tackling issues including sustainability, academic advising, and mental health resources ahead of Monday’s election.
After launching their campaigns on Tuesday morning, the two teams running in this year’s UGBC presidential and vice presidential election faced off for the first time in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) debate Thursday night.
On a weekend night that should’ve featured chaotic decisions, my friends and I instead gathered for a debate. Under the fluorescent lights of Gonzaga Hall, we discussed a critical subject: the politics of the laundry room.
Two candidates vying to be elected president of UGBC faced off for the first time in a Thursday night debate, explaining how they plan to confront issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) on Boston College’s campus.
At the Diversity and Inclusion debate, the four teams running for UGBC president and executive vice president squared off on issues of diversity at BC.
With two dozen candidates competing in nine contested races for at-large and local ward seats, the Nov. 5 election will see the largest pool of candidates to run for City Council in a generation, according to The Boston Globe.