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SG holds 2nd election for College Governments chair

After an additional election and significant deliberation, Boston University Student Government Judicial Commission has confirmed College of Fine Arts sophomore Alexander Golob as chair of next year’s College Governments Presidents’ Council. “We dealt with incomplete information from the start of the election,” the Judicial Commission said in a statement Monday. “We decided upon what was […]

Student think tank system to replace SG House

Boston University Student Government senate voted Monday to dissolve its House of Representatives in favor of a new SG branch that will aim to bring more members of the BU student body together to discuss strengthening community on campus. “The needs that need to be met from students are not the needs that we are […]

CAMPUS CRIME LOGS: April 21 – April 27

The following reports were taken from the Boston University Police Department crime logs from April 21 to April 27.  Large party busted A large party was broken up at 72 Gardner St. in Allston on April 21 at 9:26 a.m. BUPD took down the names of 35 BU students present. Not all attendees were BU […]

Residents speak out about housing crisis

Boston residents raised concerns and suggestions addressing gentrification and an insupportable housing supply at a Boston City Council hearing Monday evening. City Councilors Josh Zakim, Ayanna Pressley, Charles Yancey and Frank Baker were present, as well as several panels of testifiers, who raised and clarified issues to the council’s attention. Zakim, who filed the hearing at the […]

Workers Memorial Day honors those killed during work

To honor workers who have been injured or killed on the job, over one hundred workers, union, government representatives and residents gathered in front of the Massachusetts State House on Monday. The memorial event, part of the Workers Memorial Day Commemoration, was organized by the Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health. It honored those who […]