UGBC’s budget for the 2022–23 academic year was $362,450. Here’s how it was spent.
The Student Assembly (SA) voted to change its name to the “Senate” in a resolution passed at its final meeting for the 2022–23 academic year on Tuesday night.
The Student Assembly (SA) voted to pass a $377,500 UGBC budget for the 2023–24 academic year during its meeting on Tuesday night, increasing last year’s budget by $15,050.
The Student Assembly (SA) unanimously voted to pass a resolution expressing its support of continued proposals for an on-campus LGBTQ+ resource center at its meeting Tuesday night. The resolution is a written notice of support for the GLBTQ+ Leadership Council (GLC) that responds to a recent Boston Globe article about calls for the University to open an LGBTQ+ resource center on campus.
A 25-vote deduction made the difference in the UGBC election Monday night when Jordan Nakash and running mate Yosan Tewelde lost after originally receiving 11 more votes than the winning team.
The two teams running for UGBC president and vice president faced off in a final debate on Thursday night, tackling issues including sustainability, academic advising, and mental health resources ahead of Monday’s election.
The Heights endorses Jordan Nakash, MCAS ’24, and Yosan Tewelde, MCAS ’24, for 2023–24 Undergraduate Government of Boston College president and vice president.
After launching their campaigns on Tuesday morning, the two teams running in this year’s UGBC presidential and vice presidential election faced off for the first time in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) debate Thursday night.
UGBC presidential and vice presidential campaign season kicked off Tuesday morning, with two teams announcing their bids in the election on April 3. The candidates for president are Jonah Kotzen, Council for Students with Disabilities policy coordinator and MCAS ’24, and Jordan Nakash, BAIC ambassador, former Student Assembly (SA) representative, and MCAS ’24.