Tag: winston center for leadership and ethics
Miles taylor spoke about the four reasons he blew the whistle on the Trump White House--highlighting the disorganization in the administration.
The Lowell Humanities Series' continued growth allows students to connect their academic and public interests.
El-Sayed's 2018 campaign for governor called for universal healthcare and access to clean water, along with other progressive proposals.
Last Thursday, an award-winning foreign correspondent and three native Nicaraguans led a panel discussion on the crisis in Nicaragua.
McCullough's lecture discussed the importance of education, the current political climate, and the path to building future leaders.
Dr. Omalau came to BC to give a lecture to students and faculty about his work on concussions in the NFL and his discovery of chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
BC offers a variety of interesting speakers for students to engage with in lectures and presentations, but do students take advantage of these opportunities as much as they should?