“Eradicate is often criticized for our perceived failure to cooperate with the administration. However, Eradicate’s attempts to work through the institution have been ineffectual.”
“The BC administration is more likely to support and have a positive response to Eradicate protests in the future if it receives the recognition that it deserves for meeting student demands, even if only partially.”
“The devil is in the details, however—Leahy’s signature on the Pomona College statement does not change the reality that many undocumented immigrants, including DACA recipients, may soon face: mass detention and deportation.”
“We stand together with Boston College President, Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., who has signed an open letter (along with 435 other college and university presidents and chancellors) urging the continuation and expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.”
Leahy’s action follows the release of a petition on Monday that called on Boston College to declare itself a sanctuary for immigrants.
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.
Newton is 15 percent more expensive to live in than in surrounding towns. Warren’s office and Boston College have partnered to find a solution.
The Graduate Pride Alliance wrote an open letter to BC President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. calling on him to address issues facing the University LGBTQ population.
On Thursday night, Climate Justice Boston College gathered outside of President Father Leahy’s house to protest the University’s investment in fossil fuels. CJBC also held a vigil for climate refugees around the world.