Katherine McCabe / Gavel Media

LTE: Disarm the Boston College Police Department

April 26, 2021

Dear President Leahy, Provost Quigley, Dean Rougeau, and Interim-Dean Ring:

We, the undersigned, are writing to address the pressing issues of racial justice and police reform in the Boston College community and beyond. Our society and its leading institutions of learning have waited far too long to adequately grapple with the racial inequities and militarized policing that exists in the United States. We have reached a crucial turning point in our history—a point of no return to “normal.” We believe that this historical occasion calls on our University to rise to the cause of equality with justice in ways few others might. We can no longer silence uncomfortable critiques of the status quo, we cannot afford to give in to the harmful tradition of incrementalism in redeeming our society, and importantly, we must act now to manifest real and substantive policy change in the world.

Moreover, the experiences of students of color at Boston College further highlight the pressing need to enact immediate policy change. The Black at Boston College Project has given a platform to numerous Black students at the University who have experienced racism on campus. One student recalled their terrifying experience as a Black RA. The officers wanted to search the rooms of two Black residents as someone reported “female sounds of distress” coming from their room. The officers threatened to arrest the RA so the RA would cooperate and unlock the door. Ultimately, the resident director decided to open the door. Immediately upon unlocking the door, all three officers drew their guns with their fingers on the trigger and rushed into the room. Luckily, the two Black residents were not present in their room at the time. The sounds of female distress came from the TV show that played while the two residents were gone. Thankfully, nobody suffered injuries or death in this situation, but the RA recounted, “I can’t imagine how three armed and impatient police officers would [have reacted] if they encountered tall black men like my residents.”

Another Black student recounted the culture of racism and discrimination that exists on campus. He described the four years of Boston College Police constantly harassing him. One officer told him he “didn’t look like [he] belonged on campus” and referred to him only by last name. His contentious relationship with this officer intensified over time and the officer eventually charged him with “disorderly conduct.” After the arrest, the officer looked at the student in the back of his squad car and said, “I finally got you, boy.” At this moment, the student realized that everything he had worked so hard for could be stripped away by an officer who despised the color of his skin.

While these examples are terrifying instances of racism on Boston College’s campus, these situations are common experiences for people of color when it comes to interactions with police. There is an inherent, deeply-rooted level of distrust between communities of color and law enforcement. This inherent distrust results from a history of racial disparities that holds true for Boston College students of color. Although some would like to believe that part of our history remains in the past, it is still very much our modern-day reality.

Considering this reality, we, the undersigned, urge Boston College to disarm our University Police.

If not Boston College, if not now, then who and when?

Under Massachusetts law, university police are not required to carry firearms. According to G.L. c. 22c § 63, an officer of a university must request the state police colonel to appoint employees of said university as special state police officers. Once the state colonel makes such an appointment, these special state police officers have the potentially deadly power to carry a firearm on campus.

Our University commits itself to “seek solutions...that directly address the world’s most urgent problems.” As a Jesuit institution, Boston College has a moral obligation to implement new and impactful solutions to our world’s most pressing injustices. And we believe it is our University’s calling to lead the way. By disarming the Boston College Police, the University would show its commitment to structural change. In addition, this policy change would propel Boston College into the forefront of innovation and tangible solutions to achieve racial justice and a kinder society. We as a community have a powerful potential to serve as an example to other schools, municipalities, and states as they struggle to solve these recurring issues.

For some, it may seem difficult to fathom a police force without guns. However, even in a large country like the United Kingdom, more than 90% of its officers are unarmed. By spending less on arming its officers, UK police are able to invest those public funds into more rigorous and frequent training for officers. Furthermore, an unarmed police force actually fosters community security by decreasing the fear that certain interactions with police will result in gunshots or death. Notably, many UK officers do not want to be routinely armed on duty. Former UK Met Deputy Assistant Commissioner explained this general desire of police to remain unarmed: “In terms of the police being approachable, in terms of the public being the eyes and ears of the police, officers don't want to lose that [if every officer starts carrying firearms].”

Thus, if we want to create an environment at Boston College where students feel safe, disarming its police is the logical first step. Moreover, to create an environment of safety on campus, University police should not mirror the militarized law enforcement culture of municipal police departments. The culture of a university campus, especially Boston College, is entirely different from that of a city or town. The Boston College administration and police should thus work to serve students’ direct interests.

Not only would disarming the university police foster campus safety, it would also prove to students of color that real structural change is possible. Therefore, we, the undersigned, respectfully request a meeting with you and any other relevant campus leadership. We recognize this is an issue traditionally seen as complicated in our country, uncomplicated as it may be in other countries, and we want to discuss the nuances of this policy change through rigorous, reflective, and constructive dialogue. Thank you for taking the time to read our letter and we look forward to hearing from you all.

Signed,

Student Organization Signatures

Boston College AHANA+ Pre-Law Students Association

Boston College Law School National Lawyers Guild

Boston College UPrising Dance Crew

Boston College Black Student Forum

Boston College Law School Native American Law Students Association

Boston College Law School American Constitution Society

Boston College Law School If/When/How: Law Students for Reproductive Justice

Boston College Law School Immigration Law Group

Young Democratic Socialists of Boston College

The Gavel at Boston College

Students for Justice in Palestine at Boston College

Boston College Equality

Boston College Climate Justice

Boston College Nurses United for Racial Justice, Students for Equity (N.U.R.S.E.)

Boston College Haitian Association

Boston College Law School Asian Pacific American Law Students Association

Boston College Asian Caucus

Boston College Social Workers for Social Justice

Boston College Law School Black Law Students Association

Boston College Mathematics Department Anti-Racism Committee

Current Student Signatures

Sam Barrows, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Abril Harris, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Sam Miano, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Mary Ulseth, Boston College School of Social Work

Jesslin Wooliver, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Audrey Frigon, Boston College, Class of 2024

Oluchi Ota, Boston College Connell School of Nursing, Class of 2024

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2021

Nicole Zelada, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Kyle Johnson, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2022

Zachary Coderre, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Nicole Barone, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2021

Clay Spivey, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Amy LoBue, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Dhairya Bhatia, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College Connell School of Nursing, Class of 2024

Fidel Nuñez, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

William Blanchette, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Nicole Chamberlain, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Sydney France, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Alex Work, Boston College Law School

Anonymous, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Jessica Bielonko, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Kate Minorini, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Eva Diamond, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Emily Parks, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Rebecca Miller, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Zane Fernandez, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Amanda Gahagan, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Andrew Fishman, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Daniel McLaughlin, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Zoë Atchinson, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2023

Allison Meade, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Kelsea Schimmel, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2021

Zachary Halpern, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Kiruba Murugaiah, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2024

Gillian Veralli, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Yeram Choi, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Adin Henderson, Boston College, Class of 2021

Mitchell Carney, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Anya DeFeo, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2024

Victoria Moreno, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Diana Whitmore, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Kayla LaRosa, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Kayla King, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anna Pressman, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Claudia Kruzik, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Laura Noerdlinger, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Elizabeth Campbell, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Nathaniel Jaffe, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

William Claus Jr., Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Shawn Petrini, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Evan Rosenberg, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Daniel Basuk, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Caz Novak, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Katie Chaucer, Boston College Connell School of Nursing, Class of 2022

Rebecca Langsam, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Hannah Katshir, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Wade Homer, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development

Katharine Mallary, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Elizabeth Gooen, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Samantha Ha, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2024

Jane Cha, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Rachel Taylor, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Elizabeth Gray, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2022

Nicole Arata, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Kevin Corkran, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Adrián Santiago Ortiz, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Cherylann Pasha, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Elizabeth Harrington, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Osman Yasin, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Sara Suzuki, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2021

Priyanka Krishnamurthy, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Gage Martin, Boston College Graduate Student

James Mazareas, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Sabina Sullivan, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2023

Natasha Zinos, Boston College, Class of 2021

Larissa Truchan, Boston College, Class of 2021

Max Wolfe, Boston College, Class of 2022

Monika DeTurk, Boston College Connell School of Nursing, Class of 2022

Mariatu Okonofua, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Ashley Storey, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Simone Washington, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Bryn Spielvogel, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2021

Michelle Zhou, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Stevie Brown, Boston College, Class of 2021

Berlindyne Elie, Boston College, Class of 2021

Danielle McGovern, Boston College Carroll School of Management, Class of 2021

Clare Noone, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Danisa Schiff, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Alex Katz, Boston College, Class of 2023

Jackson Ardery, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Josh Fording, Boston College, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College Class of 2023

Beatrice Asta, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Kaley McCarty, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2025

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Gaelle Bargain-Darrigues, Boston College Sociology Department, Class of 2024

Samantha Eddy, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2021

Kyle Rosenthal, Boston College, Class of 2021

Cameron Casey, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Audrey Morken, Boston College, Class of 2024

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2021

Rachel Skirwa-Brown, Boston College, Class of 2023

Nicholas Scalera, Boston College, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Jordan Ahern, Boston College, Class of 2024

Madison Miraglia, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Patrick CoatarPeter, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2023

Victoria Gonzalez, Boston College, Class of 2022

Aoife Goggin, Boston College, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2021

Carolyn Chang, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2021

Jade Keene, Boston College, Class of 2022

Madison Walsh, Boston College, Class of 2023

David Julien, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Lindsay Levine, Boston College, Class of 2024

Katy Gilmore, Boston College, Class of 2024

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2022

Harper Barbaree, Boston College, Class of 2021

Abigail Blauvelt, Boston College, Class of 2022

Lauren Walker, Boston College, Class of 2022

Katherine McRay, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2022

Elizabeth Davis, Boston College, Class of 2021

Kristen Daly, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Fiona Sarvis, Boston College, Class of 2024

Rebecca Redfield, Boston College, Class of 2021

Ariana Chabot, Boston College, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2026

Annalise Durocher, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2023

Erin Corcoran, Boston College, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Maria O’Donnell, Boston College, Class of 2024

Charles Cahow, Boston College

Virginia Jablonski, Boston College, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2021

Sasha Severino, Boston College, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2022

Mary Martin, Boston College, Class of 2024

Elizabeth Spitzenberger, Boston College, Class of 2021

Justine O’Brien, Boston College, Class of 2022

Ivy DiBiase, Boston College, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Maggie Dockrey, Boston College, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Paxton Decker, Boston College, Class of 2024

Delaney Firer, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Erick DuShane, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Sam Corman Penzel, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Timothy Coffey, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Regan Jameson, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Katie Walters, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Hollie Watts, Boston College, Class of 2021

Mark DiSpigna, Boston College, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2021

Nina Foushee, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Stephanie Chamberlain, Boston College, Class of 2023

Quinn O’Connor, Boston College, Class of 2021

Maraki Russell, Boston College, Class of 2021

Rosa Kim, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Rachel Thompson, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Olivia Shay, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Rhaine Levesque, Boston College School of Social Work

Glennis Muldoon, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Naoka Carey, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2024

Marisa Lally, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2024

Sara Bernard-Hoverstad, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2023

Paulette Andrade, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2024

Emily Zhang, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2026

Josh Lown, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2024

Alexa Riobueno-Naylor, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2024

Maggie Rong, Boston College, Class of 2022

Jiu Lee, Boston College, Class of 2023

Kate Dumanian, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Jaclyn Sisto-Lopez, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Lianzhe Zheng, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Sarah Neville, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Smitha Rao, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Leila Dal Santo, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2023

Winston Bodrick, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Ethan Farber, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2023

Melita Morales, Boston College Graduate Student, Class of 2022

Annika Rieger, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Juan Pablo Sanchez King, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2023

Megan Collier, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2023

Elizabeth Drake, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Lauren Goldberger, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Lily Spitzen, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Sophia Shieh, Boston College, Class of 2022

Stephanie Burrows, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Maggie Kenney, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Bridget Sakowski, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Marina Rakhilin, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2023

Susie Buck, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Annabelle Garrity, Boston College, Class of 2021

Meghan Hasenbalg, Boston College, Class of 2023

Sidney May, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Lucy Lang, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Naomi Chalk, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Mookie Manalili, Boston College School of Social Work

Ayanna Alleyne, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Hellen Hedstrom, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2022

Cecelia Crowe, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Marissa Johnson, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Dot Brown, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Jacob Hicks, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Shristi Pant, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Harry Collins, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Caroline Webb, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Alexandra Fortune, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Mollie Bourne, Boston College School of Social Work and Resident Assistant, Class of 2021

Jacqueline Mayorga, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Leena Haas, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2022

Rita Solomon, Boston College Law School, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College

Stella Gastineau, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2022

Andrian Lee, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Faith Svoboda, Boston College, Class of 2023

Theresa Billo, Boston College, Class of 2023

Hanganh Vo, Boston College, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Maya Thompson, Boston College, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2023

Olivia Jackson-Jordan, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2023

Joanna Plaisir, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Aaron Coleman, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2026

Cate Keithline, Boston College, Class of 2022

Michael Bailey, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2022

Elizabeth Morrison, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Ye-Eun Sung, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Madison Eltrich, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Mahsa Haghighat Kashani, Boston College Law School, Class of 2022

Anonymous, Boston College School of Nursing, Class of 2021

Vani Prasad, Boston College, Class of 2024

Ryan Price, Boston College, Class of 2024

Benjamin Skillin, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Anonymous, Boston College Law School, Class of 2023

Diana Pollard, Boston College School of Nursing, Class of 2024

Laura Seaberg, Boston College Graduate Student

Anonymous, Boston College

Natalia Medina, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Danielle Wilson, Boston College, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2021

Faculty Signatures

Professor Eric Weiskott, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Min Song, Boston College

Professor Nora Gross, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor M. Brinton Lykes, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development

Professor Olivia Dubois, Boston College School of Social Work

Professor Jennifer Erikson, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Dana Sajdi, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Atinuke Adediran, Boston College Law School

Professor Heather Olins, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Sara Moorman, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Mark Brodin, Boston College Law School

Professor Hilary Palevsky, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Patrick McQuillan, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development

Professor Stephanie Leone, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Reena Parikh, Boston College Law School

Professor Hiba Hafiz, Boston College Law School

Professor Emily Gates, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development

Professor Kristen Bottema-Beutel, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development

Professor Aurelia Campbell, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Juliet Schor, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Paulo Barrozo, Boston College Law School

Professor Babak Momeni, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Anjali Vats, Boston College and Boston College Law School

Professor Robyn Brooks, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Mary Holper, Boston College Law School, Class of 2003

Professor Robert Bloom, Boston College Law School

Professor Kyrah Malika Daniels, Boston College

Professor Marilynn Johnson, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Nathaniel Brown, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development

Professor Elizabeth Graver, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Father James Weiss, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Anonymous, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Daniel Bowles, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Eileen Sweeney, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Mary Jo Iozzio, Boston College School of Theology & Ministry

Professor Ellen Goldstein, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Prasannan Parthasarathi, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Régine Jean-Charles, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Laura Hake, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Anonymous, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Professor Deborah Levenson, Boston College

Professor Natalia Sarkisian, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences

Outside Organization Signatures

Justice Law Collaborative, LLC

Melanated Social Work

Individual Public Signatures

Defne Surujon, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2021

Micah Parnell, Esq., Boston College Law School, Class of 2020

Allison Reilly, Boston College Lynch School of Education & Human Development, Class of 2015

Hannah Deegan, Boston College Law School & School of Social Work, Class of 2020

Dashiell Davis, Boston College Law School, Class of 2020

Maura Donnelly, Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Class of 2020

Anonymous, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, Class of 2021

Anonymous, Boston College Alum

Robert Shine, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, Class of 2017

Alex Kontopoulos, Boston College, Class of 2017

Jamie Bange, Boston College, Class of 2019

Bridget Carney, Community Member

MaryElizabeth Mooney, Boston College, Class of 2020

Kevin Ferreira van Leer, Boston College Lynch School of Education & Human Development, Class of 2018

Eliza Walker, Boston College Law School, Class of 2020

Sumali Dey, Boston Resident, Emerson College, Class of 2020

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2020

Yara Forsberg, Boston College, Class of 2024

Madison Clark, Boston College Lynch School of Education & Human Development

Theodore Altman, Boston College Law School, Class of 2020

Victoria Garcia, Boston College Lynch School of Education & Human Development, Class of 2018

Gabe Frumkin, Boston College Law School, Class of 2020

KA McHugh, Community Member

Warren Bischoff, Boston College, Class of 2021

Monica Allard, Boston College Law School, Class of 2020

Jennifer Chiao, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2020

Sabel Flynn, Boston College Connell School of Nursing, Class of 2019

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2020

Katie Kelley, Boston College, Class of 2020

Matthew Barad, Boston College Alum

Anonymous, Boston College Alum

Nicholas Bain, Boston College, Class of 2017

Mary Grace Barber Sheldon, Boston College, Class of 2020

Kerianne Dogen, Transferred out of Boston College in 2019

Clare Ryan, Boston College, Class of 2020

Jamie Sung, Boston College Lynch School of Education & Human Development, Class of 2020

Chandler Hicks, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2016

Alex Nicoll, Boston College, Class of 2015

Ronald “RJ” Rescigno, Boston College, Class of 2015

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2015

Lexie Hamel, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2020

Gillian Aiston, Boston College, Class of 2016

Caroline Kupfer, Boston College Lynch School of Education & Human Development, Class of 2015

Cherry Lim, Boston College Lynch School of Education & Human Development, Class of 2017

Annette Hefferman, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2019

Juliette Swersky, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2018

Megan Satterthwaite-Freiman, Boston College, Class of 2011

Dale Maglalang, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2018

Brianna Gaddy, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2019

Denise Crooks, Boston College School of Social Work Alum

Anonymous, Boston College School of Social Work, Incoming Graduate Student

Jonathan Kolodziej, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2018

Anonymous, Boston College, Class of 2008

James Mercier, Boston College School of Social Work and School of Theology and Ministry, Class of 2020

Jesse Wiltey, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2016

Ann Bolling, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2015

Hannah Fleckenstein, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2019

Carolina Velazquez, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2020

Christa Fritner, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2019

Daniella Daversa, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2016

Claire Geruson, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2019

Amy Yeskie, Boston College School of Social Work Alum

Elizabeth Creamer, Boston College, Class of 2014

Tt King, Boston College School of Social Work, Class of 2019

Olivia Welk, Boston College Lynch School of Education & Human Development, Class of 2017

Jen Brown, LICSW, Looking Glass Counseling

Harry Cheung, Boston College, Class of 2017

Anonymous

Emily Mervosh, Boston College, Class of 2014

 

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