Reed Piercey, UGBC President and MCAS ’19, and Ignacio Fletcher, Executive Vice President of UGBC and MCAS ’20, are feeling relief.
In an email sent Thursday afternoon, Boston College Dining Services confirmed that weekend Late Night dining hours on Lower Campus would be 9 p.m. to 2 a.m at Addie’s Loft. The email also officially announced that mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders, old staples of previous years’ Late Night dining menus, would be returning to the current menu on weekends. Those items returned to the weekend menu last week.
The budget for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College is set at $329,138 for the 2018-19 year, a $1,162 increase over the 2017-18 budget. The main goals for this year’s budget are to allocate and spend money more efficiently and reach as many students as possible during UGBC events, according to Annika Li, vice president of financial affairs for UGBC and CSOM ’19.
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College has approved a revised version of its Senator Handbook for the 2018-2019 year. The handbook is a detailed guide that breaks down rules and regulations senators should follow in order to carry out their missions as a governing body. UGBC is specifically gearing the handbook around emphasizing to Student…
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College (UGBC) will be launching a new initiative called “Senators in Residence Halls” this September, according to Ignacio Fletcher, executive vice president of UGBC and MCAS ’20. Senators will be assigned to represent students in every residence hall on campus. The only delay in the launch of the initiative will…
“In seeking to add diverse perspectives to the Executive Council, Frontis is a logical and appropriate appointee.”
“Having a set of seats for both First-Year Generation students and Monserrat students will give the ability to students to feel empowered and see the resources [their representation in the SA] present around BC,” said Ignacio Fletcher, MCAS ’20.
“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.