From our beautiful campus to our treasured friends, we all have something or someone to be grateful for this holiday season. Smile, sleep, eat good food, hold your loved ones close, and enjoy this quick break before we move into finals season.
Bias-related incidents on the anonymous social media app Herrd prompted UGBC and University administrators to meet with the platform’s co-founders, according to Jonah Kotzen, the policy coordinator of the Council for Students with Disabilities (CSD).
The Student Assembly (SA) unanimously passed a bill intended to combat bias-motivated speech on the anonymous social media app Herrd in its meeting on Tuesday.
Boston College’s South Asian Student Association (SASA) released a statement on Wednesday condemning a string of anonymous posts that surfaced last weekend attacking and racially stereotyping South Asians.
I remember the night that everything went wrong. Just like every other night, I was sitting in my twin XL bed mindlessly scrolling through social media, responding to emails, and of course, checking Herrd. Normally, checking Herrd means that I silently cackle at a variety of different, sort of stupid (but still funny) posts as…