Towards the end of their term, Napoli and Hussey reported no changes to the student guide, but the team remains hopeful about change down the line.
After months of meetings, the free speech proposal has stalled, though dialogue continues.
Thomas Mogan, dean of students, spoke at Sunday’s UGBC meeting to discuss the proposed changes to the Student Guide.
The proposed changes to The Student Guide, although no where close to official, are slowly but surely gaining traction.
Two teams have been implemented to revise the guide: one will work on structural and formatting problems, as well as small policy issues, while the other will work on larger policy problems.
Undergraduate Government of Boston College (UGBC) president Nanci Fiore-Chettiar, and executive vice president Connor Bourff, both A&S ’15, convened with the University Board of Trustees on Friday to discuss UGBC’s proposed initiatives and advocacy work.
Representatives from UGBC to present plan to administrators, Board of Trustees Friday, proposing an expansion of free speech, loser controls under the student guide.
Produced by the Dean of Students Office (DOS) and revised on an annual basis, the Student Guide has become the subject of a joint effort by both University administrators and members of UGBC to clarify, renew, and better publicize issues surrounding free speech and the right to organize on campus for student groups.
The Dean of Students’ Office is currently rewriting the Student Guide, a much needed action. It is commendable that they are involving students in the process, and students should take advantage of the opportunity to share their view.