Two divisions within UGBC are working to bring Terrence Floyd to campus next semester, Meghan Heckelman said at the Student Assembly (SA) meeting on Tuesday night.
The Student Assembly (SA) passed an act endorsing U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congresswoman Nikema Williams’ Youth Voting Rights Act in its Tuesday night meeting.
The Student Assembly (SA) discussed reopening water fountains on campus, creating student mental health days, and establishing a better relationship between the Boston College Police Department (BCPD) and students in its meeting on Tuesday.
The Student Assembly (SA) unanimously passed a bill intended to combat bias-motivated speech on the anonymous social media app Herrd in its meeting on Tuesday.
The Student Assembly (SA) welcomed its new freshman representatives and discussed procuring closed captions for football games, making the financial aid office less intimidating, and upcoming plans for the GLBTQ+ Leadership Council (GLC) in its meeting on Tuesday.
UGBC’s Student Assembly discussed potential initiatives for the 2022–23 academic year in its second meeting of the semester on Tuesday.
UGBC’s Student Assembly nominated and confirmed members to their new roles in the organization during its first meeting of the academic year on Tuesday.
The UGBC Student Assembly (SA) voted to increase the organization’s budget by $11,861 to a total of $363,450 for the upcoming academic year.
Thirteen students were elected to the Student Assembly of UGBC in Tuesday’s election.
Reflecting on their wins, the newly elected representatives expressed gratitude to their classmates for electing them and excitement to make tangible change on Boston College’s campus.
After heated debate and multiple members storming out, the Student Assembly (SA) voted no to a bill that would have created a speaker of the SA, eliminating the Undergraduate Government of Boston College vice president’s power over the legislative body.