Throughout the course of the year, discontent on campus with regards to race led UGBC and the administration to open up dialogue on these issues but they were unable to change much of the University’s policies.
UGBC president Thomas Napoli, MCAS ’16, and vice-president Olivia Hussey, MCAS ’17, hosted more events this year but were unable to accomplish major goals.
After months of meetings, the free speech proposal has stalled, though dialogue continues.
Connor Mellas offers advice for the incoming president and executive vice president of UGBC.
Thomas Napoli, A&S ’16, and Olivia Hussey, A&S ’17, will be the president and executive vice president, respectively, of UGBC.
As the UGBC presidential election looms, Thomas Napoli discusses his time at Boston College thus far.
Representatives from UGBC to present plan to administrators, Board of Trustees Friday, proposing an expansion of free speech, loser controls under the student guide.