Members of CJBC and a crowd of students gathered at the entrance of O’Neill Library for the protest on Tuesday night.
The Culture War’s Trojan Horse
The frontlines of the American “Culture War” continue to grow, as school districts across the country sweep books off the shelves amid pressure from parents, the state, or school boards.
BC’s Student Demonstration Policy Needs To Be Updated To Better Serve Student’s Free Speech Rights
Boston College needs to ease its policies and restrictions on student demonstration to better support its students’ free speech rights.
BC Community Protests University Response to Bias-Related Incidents
One of Chelsea Burns’ professors was told that talking about race in class makes students uncomfortable, Burns said to the crowd on Stokes Lawn Monday evening. Avoidance of racial discussions, though, is harmful to the Boston College community, according to Burns.
Students Demand Justice For Breonna Taylor, Protest Racism at Boston College
Dozens of students protested on Thursday demanding racial justice after no officers with the killing of Breonna Taylor.
Climate Justice Calls for Divestment at Protest
Climate Justice Boston College participated in a protest last week calling for divestment, though the University still opposes divesting in fossil fuels.
BC Republicans’ Choice to Invite Klavan Unproductive, Needlessly Divisive
On Tuesday, Nov. 5, Andrew Klavan, a writer and conservative talk show host, gave a lecture at Boston College entitled “The Art of Being Free.” The event, sponsored by Boston College Republicans, was heavily protested due to Klavan’s history of Islamophobic, sexist, and racist comments. As the sponsoring organization, it was irresponsible for BC Republicans…
‘The New England Classic’ Calls for Abolition of UGBC
The New England Classic is making good on its promise—by campaigning against the Undergraduate Government of BC for not making good on its own.
Himes: State of the Art
Associate Arts Editor Emily Himes discusses the consequences of Cuba’s new censorship laws.
Graduate Union Interrupts Parents’ Weekend Event, Pickets Pops on the Heights
About 30 members of the Boston College Graduate Employees Union (BCGEU-UAW) first walked out of the annual President’s Address in Robsham Theater before carrying out a planned picket outside Pops on the Heights Friday night.