Student representatives of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College criticized the lack of communication between the University and the student government’s leaders during a virtual UGBC meeting on Oct. 6.
UGBC Administration’s Decision to Eliminate ULA Garners Criticism
The decision to scrap UGBC’s freshman mentorship program has come under fire from various students affiliated with the student government.
UGBC Fails To Amend Constitution
An effort by the UGBC Senate to amend its constitution fell short after the body was unable to vote to extend its meeting and hold a final vote.
Guma and Atinizian Take Over As UGBC Pres., Vice Pres.
Christian Guma and Kevork Atinizian took over as Undergraduate Government of Boston College president and vice president Wednesday.
UGBC Restructures Student Senate
The Undergraduate Government of Boston College reformed its Senate ahead of the 2019-20 academic year, a change that included a redistribution of student representatives and a reorganization of committee structure.
Student Assembly Passes Resolutions on University Investment, New Structure
Student Assembly passed a resolution calling upon the University to release reports listing mutual funds in the endowment. SA also passed a resolution altering the body’s size and structure.
New Director of Diversity and Inclusion Discusses Hopes and Plans for Future
Amaka Nnaeto, MCAS ’20, was elected the new Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College on Monday night.
CSD Chair Dunphy Details Council’s Mission
Council for Students with Disabilities chair Sean Dunphy said he hopes to make campus more accessible and improve attendance at CSD events.
Survey Presents Data on Student Views Toward Sexual Health
4.2 percent of the undergraduate population answered the survey.
UGBC to Launch New PR Campaign, Postpones Vote on Blind Ballots
The Student Assembly of the Undergraduate Government at Boston College started the year by focusing on outreach and transparency to improve their relationship with the student body.