UGBC passed a resolution on Tuesday. advocating for a University response to possible risks of an on-campus coronavirus outbreak.
UGBC passed a resolution on Tuesday to invite Senator Ed Markey and his Democratic challenger, U.S. Representative Joe Kennedy III, to speak on campus.
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College scheduled an emergency meeting Monday night, where it passed a resolution in response to a racist hate crime committed early Sunday morning by Michael Sorkin, CSOM ’21.
“I hope this letter lends readers a more holistic context as to why, after this election, many on this campus are left more than a little unsettled, and quite frankly, angry.”
This resolution would amend current UGBC standing rules by allowing senators to motion to extend meetings by however long they deem necessary to conclude a discussion on an issue at hand.
Overall, the “Resolution Concerning Regular Committee Updates” was largely supported during the questioning and debate period.
After a tied vote on the “Resolution Concerning a UGBC Stance Against Threats and Personal Attacks,” Tt King, UGBC executive vice president and MCAS ’18, voted “no” to break the tie.
Vice President of Student Affairs Barb Jones and Dean of Students Thomas Mogan attended the meeting to listen to the presentation, contribute to the conversation, and answer questions.