1. Filtered water fountains in the dorms.
Because hydration is cool and who wants to walk to Mac, Stu, or Lower?
2. Better printer availability (i.e., printers in the dorms).
We all know the stress of sprinting to O’Neill before class to print out a 10-page research paper in time. Let’s never do that again.
3. Improve the housing situation with a more straightforward and fair selection process.
Because this week has been emotionally draining and WHO EVEN GOT 6-MANS AND 9-MANS ANYWAY?
4. A master BC calendar—with club, social, and sporting events—available to all students.
Forget sifting through two thousand emails to find the time of the meeting for that club you’ve been meaning to “really become a part of” since the activities fair. Why not just put all the info in one place? Three cheers for involvement and all that good stuff.
5. Link Charlie cards to our BC accounts, because figuring out the T can be a bigger struggle than missing the Newton bus.
Just cause we’re technically in Chestnut Hill doesn’t mean we can’t be better connected to the city.
6. Town-hall style meetings at least once a month with A&S deans and professors.
Get those ideas flowing between the student body and the administration—you know the drill. It’s good stuff.
7. More social activities (Coffee House, Game Week, Fundraising activities, and anything else you guys would want!) for the student body as a whole.
Bonding and whatnot is good for the soul.
8. More academic advisors so we get better guidance and professors don’t get overwhelmed by advising too many students each.
9. Kaleidoscope Week: a week during which BC students can celebrate the diversity that is present on campus.
Dancing + music + food + a lot more entertainment and fun from the various cultures represented on the BC campus = a pretty sweet celebration of each other’s heritage.
10. Joey is the guy who wears an eagle suit to every sporting event without fail.
You know what else needs that kind of school spirit and dedication? The A&S Senate.
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