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.
The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Leonardo Escobar, MCAS ’22, as president pro tempore and Aidan Mallon, MCAS ’22, as parliamentarian on May 27.
On Thursday, the Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC voted against an act that allows for the consultation of previous UGBC members. It also passed an act concerning official UGBC resource guides and confirmed five nominees for the 2021-22 academic year.
The Student Assembly of UGBC voted against re-electing Jack Carter, CSOM ’23, as student-athlete representative after holding two votes at an SA meeting on Tuesday night.
The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Robert Finn, CSOM ’22, and Ryan Bates, MCAS ’22, to the 2021-22 Executive Council on Tuesday night.
The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Emma Searle, MCAS ’23, and Avery Olsen, Lynch ’22, to the 2021-22 Executive Council on Tuesday night.
The Student Assembly (SA) of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College passed amendments on Tuesday night allowing SA representatives to serve virtually from abroad, and requiring them to attend at least two diversity and inclusion events each year they are in office.
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College held an impeachment trial for Christian Guma, UGBC president and CSOM ’21, on Feb. 17 on the grounds that Guma intentionally made an unauthorized statement in response to a series of bias-motivated incidents on campus in order to undermine the UGBC Constitution. While Guma’s conduct on the whole may…