“The Committee could arrange with BC Dining, like organizations such as Arrupe and an annual class trip to Israel and Palestine do, to collect donations from students.”
The 2018 Class Council will host its first Dance Marathon to raise money for the Boston Children’s Hospital Children’s Fund.
They now have provisional status as a registered student organizations.
As unregistered student organizations continue to exist on campus, UGBC explores avenues to protect students’ right to free expression.
Representatives from UGBC to present plan to administrators, Board of Trustees Friday, proposing an expansion of free speech, loser controls under the student guide.
Associate Dean of Students Richard DeCapua issued a letter dated Sept. 2 to students via email regarding changes made to four specific sections of the Student Guide: hazing policy, sexual misconduct policy, help seeking policy, copyright, and compliance policy.
After initially stating that he voluntarily resigned from his position as Executive Vice President (EVP) of UGBC, Chris Marchese, A&S ’15, said yesterday that his decision was based on an ultimatum delivered by Director of the Office of Student Involvement (OSI) Gus Burkett to either resign or be forcefully removed from UGBC for conduct-related matters.
With more than 200 registered student organizations on campus, funding clubs is no small task. The responsibility of allocating that funding, though, is the responsibility of a comparatively small group.