Tensions were high as Boylston Properties presented a proposed housing development on 78 Crafts Street to Nonantum residents Wednesday night.
It’s that time of year again. No, it’s not time to go apple picking, carve a pumpkin, or even be thankful for our friends and family. In many ways, we’ve skipped past that. Instead, Boston College students went straight to spending our time talking about housing plans for next year.
Engine 6 Newton Housing Advocates has dedicated itself to increasing accessibility to affordable, inclusive housing in Newton.
The closure of Mount Alvernia High School, an all-girls Catholic school in Newton, provides Boston College with a rare opportunity to buy new land. The University should pursue this purchase to support its students, faculty, and any future expansion endeavors.
Due to recent anti-trans laws and anti-trans rhetoric, I feel obligated to share on behalf of the transgender community a sliver of what I go through on campus and the lack of support BC’s queer community receives from the University.
Development plans, proposed for construction at 528 Boylston Street, include building over 244 housing units in a seven-story building.