Civically engaged students should tackle practical local problems before addressing the nuanced global issues that tend to paralyze society, according to Daniel Ponsetto.
The League of Women Voters of Newton (LWVN) and the Charles River Regional Chamber co-sponsored a presentation on the state of American democracy and its effects on the local legislatures of Massachusetts.
Mehta talked about creativity and innovation at an in-person lecture, “Human-Centered Design: From Creative Inquiry to Sustainable Impact,” on Oct. 28. At the beginning of the talk, Mehta reflected on technology’s effect on the world.
Hamilin spoke about her book in an event hosted by the Center for Human Rights and International Justice at the Boston College Law School.
The Schiller Institute collaborated with BC’s Forum on Racial Justice in America to host an environmental racism panel on Feb. 23 over Zoom. Mizelle and two other panelists spoke about the convergence of environmental and racial issues.
The Boston College Office of the Provost kicked off the spring semester’s Courageous Conversations series in collaboration with BC’s Forum on Racial Justice on Feb. 17 with a discussion on Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: An American Lyric.
Rev. Casey Beaumier, S.J., director of the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, said people’s leadership abilities will be determined by how they tell their stories.
Eleanor Grondin provides a breakdown of some of the best events that Boston has to offer for students on a budget, such as Frog Pond College Nights, Boston Symphony Orchestra performances, and student-rate Celtics games.