“Moreover, it is a pragmatic solution to students’ interest in receiving contraceptives and the University’s Jesuit Catholic values.”
“Since students have clearly expressed their desire for accessible contraceptive resources, partnering with this separate condom distribution service is a good alternative.”
“I am sure these students believe their cause is just. However, the reality is that if they ever got their way, it would cause more damage to this university then they could possibly realize.”
“These numbers, although not completely representative of the student population, reveal that an alarming number of students do not practice safe sexual activity.”
The Women’s Center has come a long way from its founding in the bathroom next to Eagle’s Nest.
The undergraduate government’s Student Assembly held a meeting, spearheaded by Collin Pratt, MCAS ’17, and John Daniell, MCAS ’17, as an attempt to open a dialogue concerning UGBC and the official Boston College administration’s stance on conversations about sex on campus.
“After years of struggling to bring these issues to light, the proposal is a positive step for the future of UGBC’s executive council.”