Pride Week, held by UGBC’s GLBTQ+ Leadership Council (GLC), is a week-long series of events that celebrates queer joy on campus. The events were held from Oct. 11, which is National Coming Out Day, through Friday
There are exciting things happening at Alumni Stadium, and they are not just the return of football games enjoyed by thousands of spectators. Through a partnership with Boston College Athletics, the Undergraduate Government of Boston College has revitalized the Alumni South section of the stadium concourse with Boston-themed food and decor to create a welcoming space that can be used by student organizations.
In the first official meeting of the semester, the Student Assembly began planning for the year with the newly elected senators.
The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC confirmed Leonardo Escobar, MCAS ’22, as president pro tempore and Aidan Mallon, MCAS ’22, as parliamentarian on May 27.
On Thursday, the Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC voted against an act that allows for the consultation of previous UGBC members. It also passed an act concerning official UGBC resource guides and confirmed five nominees for the 2021-22 academic year.
To close out the semester and thank BC students for their dedication to following University COVID-19 protocols, the Undergraduate Government of BC, in partnership with BC Dining and BC Athletics, offered a series of campus-wide events, meet and greets, giveaways, and more in what they dubbed “Thank You Week.”
The Student Assembly of UGBC voted against re-electing Jack Carter, CSOM ’23, as student-athlete representative after holding two votes at an SA meeting on Tuesday night.
On April 6, The Student Assembly (SA) of UGBC passed three resolutions concerning the creation of a Women and Gender Studies (WGS) major, a partnership between UGBC and the Office of Transportation and Parking, and funding for diaper decks on campus.
BC After Dark served up burgers right off the grill, salt-dusted curly fries, and hummus platters for its opening weekend—all for half off. But the freshly grilled food is not all that drew the crowds on the warm spring weekend, according to Brendan Barnard, MCAS ’21.