RubberHub is a free condom delivery service operated off campus in Chestnut Hill by BC student volunteers.
“We take this position out of respect for our commitments as a Jesuit, Catholic university, and we ask our students to be respectful of these commitments and the code of conduct that governs all BC students,” said University Spokesman Jack Dunn in an email.
“I am absolutely elated and incredibly humbled to observe this astounding electoral victory and all that it means for improved student health and well-being on campus,” said Connor Kratz, SSH co-chair and MCAS ’18, in an email.
4.2 percent of the undergraduate population answered the survey.
The resolution stated that the University should allow Students for Sexual Health to distribute contraceptives to the BC community and have meetings without official University funding or recognition.
Gabby Zabbo, MCAS ’18, is the co-president of Students for Sexual Health, a non-registered club that advocates for sexual education on campus at a table on College Road.
Though the conversation has been lacking for the past few years, a new bill from UGBC might finally get people talking about sexual health on campus.