Tag: letter to the editor
Hollie Watts, MCAS '21, discusses the consequences of withholding abortion and contraceptive options from women.
While the efforts of campus environmental groups and the sustainability department are commendable, climate change must be tackled through systemic transformation.
In Boston College’s 155 years of history, only six women have ever given the university’s commencement speech.
Taylor Giuffre-Catalano, MCAS '22, writes a poem in response to this weekend's racist, anti-black vandalism.
Black Eagles reflect on the administration's progress and continued need for improvement a year after the Silence is Still Violence March.
In this Letter to the Editor, FACES co-directors paint a portrait of the organization's rebranded progressive vision as outlined in their new-and-improved mission statement.
In this letter to the editor, administrators respond to concerns raised by members of the BC community when B.o.B., who has made multiple anti-Semitic remarks, was selected to headline Modstock.
"For BC to incorporate environmental justice into the Arts Festival, at first, seemed like a victory for environmentalists around campus, but ended up being another illusory attempt by the institution."