Both individuals highlighted the importance of clarifying the consequences of committing acts of racism or hate on BC’s campus.
“As students, faculty, and administrators, we within the University community have a responsibility to ensure that each and every member of our community feels like he or she can call this place home, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other unique identity.”
Last Friday, two signs reading “Black Lives Matter” in Roncalli Hall were defaced to read “Black Lives Don’t Matter.”
“We want students to feel that they’re getting the personal attention that they deserve.”
Dean of Students Thomas Mogan held a dinner for students in his home, as part of the Dinner with the Dean program.
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.
New Dean of Students Thomas Mogan is trying to support for students outside the classroom, rather than just make his position about student discipline.