The Keys to Inclusive Leadership in Nursing (KILN) program at the Connell School of Nursing – which looks to increase the number of nurses from underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds in public health nursing leadership roles — was highlighted at a recent conference for the nursing honor society, Sigma Theta Tau International. To read more, click here.
The harmonizing tunes of organs and violins filled The Heights room last Thursday afternoon during the annual Multifaith Thanksgiving Celebration. The event, “a joyful celebration of our diverse roots and shared values” hosted guest speakers and musicians, all of different religious backgrounds. To read more, click here.
Next semester, the AHANA Leadership Council (ALC), along with the GLBTQ Leadership Council (GLC) will become equal parts of the UGBC, a change from their former, semi-autonomous states.
With the elimination of the UGBC’s judicial branch at the end of last year, the rebranded image of UGBC will be that of four equal branches coming together to serve the needs of the student body and make sure their voice is heard.
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Ria Brodell, a local artist, recently shared her emotionally evocative drawings with Boston College students, inspiring a range of reactions among those present for her talk.To read more, click here.