Following the violent counter-protests at the Straight Pride Parade that took place in late August, the Boston City Council is considering issuing a ban on individuals wearing masks, hoods, or other devices to conceal one’s identity at protests. The city ordinance was proposed by Councilor Tim McCarthy, who argued that protesters were primarily using face…
With the hopes of sparking conversation about immigration, students linked arms in response to a BC Snapchat Story.
Administrators look to students and faculty for answers on issues of race on campus.
William Evans is responsible for protecting the city of Boston—but he may be considered more of a runner than a policeman.
On Monday afternoon, a letter was sent to several participants of Tuesday’s “die-in” protest in St. Mary’s Hall, indicating protesters could face sanctions.
Danny De Leon, A&S ’15, says he was told by BC vice president of Student Affairs that St. Mary’s “die-in” protesters are subject to disciplinary sanctions.
In St. Mary’s, over 60 students and faculty members protested police violence against people of color.
Protestors at the “Rights on the Heights” brought forward complaints on treatment, expression at BC.
Upwards of 3,000 demonstrators made their way to the streets of Boston Thursday night, protesting the decision not to indict the officer involved in the alleged homicide of Eric Garner.