Although UGBC has provided plenty of new programming over the last year, it should focus more on policy changes to effect real change on campus.
Campus Activities Board Nears Halfway Mark Of Inaugural Fall Programming Schedule
At the halfway mark of the semester, and after taking over programming responsibilities from UGBC at the beginning of the fall, the new Campus Activities Board (CAB) is well into its fall schedule and will now focus significant efforts on developing and marketing its brand.
BC2Boston Makes City Life Affordable For Students
BC2Boston’s Max Brenner three-course dinner tickets sold out in under one minute last week, and the new Campus Activities Board has created BC2Boston’s sister program, Beyond Boston.
Encouraging Changes In UGBC And Programming
UGBC’s website redesign and the new programming board both exhibit promise of an improvement over last semester.
The Weeknd, Shwayze In Talks For Fall Concert
The new Campus Activities Board of Boston College (CAB) and Associate Director of the Office of Student Involvement Mark Miceli confirmed last Friday that they are working toward booking Canadian R&B artist The Weeknd and rapper Shwayze for BC’s Fall Concert.
Programming Board Looks To Mix Best Of The Past With Something New
The newly created Campus Activities Board will continue to sponsor staple events, while including new programs aimed at bringing students together.
Nights on the Heights to Make Programming Changes
Nights on the Heights, a student-led programming body that plans late night activities for students on weekends, is undergoing changes this year.
State of the Heights Addresses Fall Concert
Administrators and UGBC joined forces to review the rising trends of alcohol-related health dangers associated with campus concerts, and students responded with outrage.