The Campus Activities Board (CAB) announced at halftime of today’s BC football game versus Holy Cross that Grammy Award Winning Artist Daya will headline Stokes Set on Sept. 15. Now in its third year, the fall concert will be held on the Stokes Lawn, and doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
The Women’s Center, along with UGBC and other campus groups, hosted ‘Feminists Coming Out Day’ on Stokes Lawn on Monday. This is a part of numerous on campus initiatives to encourage dialogue on feminism.
“If this were a flash mob, if we decided to lie in the snow for the Vine, no one would care. But if we do it because we’re passionate about a civil rights issue, because we care about social justice … suddenly it’s against University policy?”