A way for UGBC to build on the success of last year’s ‘What I Be’ project and take advantage of the interest generated by this upcoming year’s would be to craft a follow-up campaign that plays off these already addressed themes.
At this semester’s installment of BC Talks, nine undergraduates spoke to their experiences.
A year of efforts to explore mental health in Boston by the sophomore class of the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program is set to culminate in a documentary filmed and produced by the class.
The Associate Dean of Research of the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW), David Takeuchi, has been awarded the Leonard I. Pearlin Award by the American Sociological Association for his research contributions to the field of mental health.
A champion for mental health awareness, Cassidy Gallegos takes on the upcoming UGBC presidential election.
Photographer Steve Rosenfield’s ‘What I Be’ Project at BC aims to build security among students by promoting discussions about insecurities.
The fourth BC Ignites was hosted in O’Neill Plaza last night, with multiple Boston College students giving speeches about mental health. The speakers have allowed us to republish their words here.
BC students have been conscious of mental health and the surrounding need for awareness since the 1960s.