At the “blackout,” planned by the UGBC vice president of diversity and inclusion, students and faculty spoke about their experiences with racism on campus.
Boston College students schedule demonstration in O’Neill Plaza in response to the recent events at the University of Missouri.
Vincent Rougeau discussed making the law school more diverse, and how society needs to reject racial prejudice.
Professors Shawn McGuffey and Lynn Johnson spoke Friday at the latest installment of the “Conversations on ‘Race’ and Racism” series.
Rev. Dr. Gregory Groover will speak about pathways for healing and how to advance justice.
Administrators look to students and faculty for answers on issues of race on campus.
Rev. James Keenan, S.J., and the Jesuit Institute are spearheading an initiative that will promote student-faculty dialogue on topics of race.
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…
The core faculty of African & African Diaspora Studies make a statement about the recent protests and organizations on campus.