“The question is how are you most effectively going to engage with the political structures and political like, and I think again, dialogue, engagement, participation, and sometimes confrontation,” Von Arx said.
Softball Takes Three of Five in Easton Crimson Classic
In the five-game Easton Crimson Classic, the Eagles swept Samford, edged Fordham, and dropped a pair of decisive losses to No. 13 Alabama, finishing above .500 in a classic or tournament for the first time this season.
Union Members Discuss Future Plans After Rescinding NLRB Petition
By rescinding its petition with the NLRB, the union ended legal proceedings with the organization, which could have compelled the University’s recognition of the union.
Eagles Finish Week On a Two-Game Skid
BC could never build enough momentum to overtake Fordham on Sunday, resulting in its second-straight defeat, and fifth of its last six.
Men’s Soccer Defeats Fordham, Takes First Game of NCAA Tournament
As he has done all throughout this postseason, Zeiko Lewis was the difference in a 1-0 victory over the Rams that advances BC in the NCAA Tournament.
Three Up, Three Down: Perpiglia’s Big Day Highlights Victory Over Fordham
BC senior and bench mob captain Steve Perpiglia received some special news following the conclusion of the Eagles’ 64-55 victory over Fordham at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Robinson Lifts Eagles Over Fordham In ACC-A10 Challenge
Freshman Jerome Robinson exploited Fordham’s holes in the paint, notching 19 points in a key win to help the Eagles return to the .500 mark.