In response to Michael Sorkin’s racist vandalism, top BC administrators sent out two separate statements—one to faculty and one, albeit much less detailed, to students—rather than addressing the University community as a unified group.
“As students, faculty, and administrators, we within the University community have a responsibility to ensure that each and every member of our community feels like he or she can call this place home, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other unique identity.”
The soon-to-be youngest AD in the Power Five didn’t reveal details about his plans for BC, but his energy alone was enough to captivate the crowd.
This fall marks the 20th year of University President Reverend William P. Leahy, S.J. being on campus. This is how he has shaped the University he set out to build.
After a recent Boston Globe article criticizing BC Athletics, University administration must address the issues to improve the state of sports.