“I resolved to abide the outcome of the election whichever way it went, and in this way, some part of me understands the protestors’ frustrations.”
We understand that talking about such sensitive issues can be difficult, but we encourage students, faculty, and staff to not let these incidents be ignored.
“Change comes slowly, in fits, in bursts, with one step forward and, maybe, a four-year leap backward. But the motivation to make this country better is still there.”
BC history professor Heather Cox Richardson discusses the deep cuts within the Republican Party and its effects on American societies, past and present.
Professor Michalczyk believes millennials are key to the outcome of this election and has noticed an increase in student engagement.
“BC students have to make a choice: to vote for a candidate who represents their ideals and whose policies promote inclusion, or to vote for a candidate whose rhetoric has continued to endorse xenophobia and racism.”