The Student Assembly of UGBC passed a resolution calling on BC to create an LGBTQ+ Living and Learning Community on Tuesday.
Elections for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s Senate, previously known as the Student Assembly (SA), will be held on Thursday.
Student Assembly passed a resolution calling upon the University to release reports listing mutual funds in the endowment. SA also passed a resolution altering the body’s size and structure.
The president-elect and vice president-elect of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College presented a plan to restructure the student government.
UGBC unanimously voted to pass a resolution to its constitution that converts two of its pre-existing seats into seats for international and transfer students.
A motion to add “political affiliation” as an identity protected under Section 5 of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College Constitution failed to pass in the Student Assembly (SA) last Tuesday.
After a technical hiccup delayed the elections, this year’s Undergraduate Government of Boston College elections for Student Assembly (SA) filled nine open seats—four first-year positions, three senior class positions, and two miscellaneous positions.