Over two hundred members of the BC faculty and University alumni wrote a letter in support of the protesters in St. Mary’s Hall.
The Asian American Studies Program made its statement on the St. Mary’s Protest.
As college students in particular, we have a duty to transform an emotionally charged public issue with reasoned argument. A Nov. 22 article in The Spectator by Brendan O’Neill laments that “at one of the highest seats of learning on Earth, the democratic principle of free and open debate, of allowing differing opinions to slog…
Dozens of Boston College students—including many members of the Black Student Forum—marched across campus Monday night, and gathered in front of Boston College Police Department headquarters to protest the grand jury decision tonight not to indict Ferguson officer Darren Wilson.
Dozens of BC students, including many members of the Black Student Forum, marched across campus and gathered in front of BCPD headquarters to protest the grand jury decision tonight not to indict Ferguson officer Darren Wilson.
At a university with a commitment to social justice, the Social Justice Coalition successfully creates a needed forum for specific clubs to meet, exchange ideas, and collaborate.