The policy initiatives that Jane Doe Inc. (JDI), a Massachusetts coalition and advocacy organization concentrating on issues concerning sexual assault and domestic violence, is seeking from the Massachusetts legislature in fiscal year 2020 were discussed at a meeting at the State House on Wednesday.
The Heights photo editors captured student protesters staging a “die-in” on the Quad on Thursday afternoon to challenge “the various forms of oppression upheld through a culture [of] institutional passivity” at BC.
Student protesters staged a “die-in” on the Quad on Thursday afternoon to challenge “the various forms of oppression upheld through a culture [of] institutional passivity” at BC, according to a release from Black Eagles Matter.
We at the Boston College Women’s Center want to reiterate our support for survivors of sexual violence, and offer/remind our community about the resources available.
Almost a year after the “Silence is Still Violence” march, Boston College is staring down several obstacles that stand in the way of a more diverse and representative faculty, but according to figures, BC has one of the most diverse faculties of its peer schools.
As special effects and virtual reality technology evolves over time, violence has become more prevalent and realistic in TV, movies, and video games. What does this say about how future generations will look at violence in the entertainment they take in?