The UGBC Student Assembly (SA) voted to increase the organization’s budget by $11,861 to a total of $363,450 for the upcoming academic year.
The Student Assembly (SA) nominated and confirmed appointees to UGBC’s Executive Council for the 2022–2023 academic year during a Wednesday night meeting.
Turning Point Repeatedly Contacts UGBC Members, Reflecting Nationwide Pattern of Targeting Student Governments
Thirteen students were elected to the Student Assembly of UGBC in Tuesday’s election.
Reflecting on their wins, the newly elected representatives expressed gratitude to their classmates for electing them and excitement to make tangible change on Boston College’s campus.
The two teams running for UGBC president and vice president faced off on Sunday night one last time before Tuesday’s election, debating how they plan to tackle issues including academic advising, transparency within student government, and environmental sustainability.
The Heights endorses candidates Lubens Benjamin, CSOM ’23, and Julia Spagnola, MCAS ʼ23, for 2022–23 Undergraduate Government of Boston College president and vice president. After examining the teams’ policy platforms and holding hour-long meetings with each team, The Heights Editorial Board found that Benjamin and Spagnola are best equipped to effectively lead UGBC and bring…
Two candidates vying to be elected president of UGBC faced off for the first time in a Thursday night debate, explaining how they plan to confront issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) on Boston College’s campus.
Kudzai Kapurura tapped Caleb Wachsmuth as her new running mate in the upcoming UGBC presidential election after the previous vice presidential candidate withdrew from the race.