Kari Hong, assistant professor at Boston College Law School, and Peter Skerry, a political science professor at BC, sat down on Thursday for a debate on whether a wall should be constructed along the United States-Mexico border.
Gabrielle Oliveira Tells the Stories Between the Statistics
“She’s brought a much-needed visibility to anthropology as a sort of important field that attunes us in education around the people and movement in the context … of all the work we do,” said John Wargo.
Cocaine, Meth, Marijuana, Heroin: Words from the Drug Czar
“…we’re flooded with these substances and the backdrop of this is the message that a lot of people use drugs when they’re young, the idea that it’s okay to experiment is embedded in our society. And so we have to face the fact the culture we live in encourages it.”
Learning More About Our Cultures
“Rather than viewing it as a responsibility, learning about our culture and how to integrate it into the many others we may have encountered throughout our lives should be an adventure.”
Seasoning Myself With Culture
“If you aren’t ready to learn their whole life story, maybe just stick with ‘What’s your major?’”
Gamboa on Immigration: ‘Walls Are Meant to be Torn Down’
Emilio Rabasa Gamboa, general consul of Mexico in Boston, spoke to students on Monday in the Fulton Honors Library about the election and how it will affect Mexico.