boisi center for religion and american public life
Student Association for Religion and Politics
The Student Association for Religion and Politics (SARP) was an organization for undergraduate and graduate students throughout the Boston College community to engage vital questions at the intersection of religion and public life. Since fall of 2010, the Boisi Center has shifted its focus from student groups to the Symposia on Religion and Politics, a reading and discussion group for undergraduate and graduate students.
SARP sought to be a platform for dialogue by hosting regular group discussions and larger university-wide events, and by supporting the events of the Boisi Center itself. The goal of its forums was to explore the moral consequences of public policies in ways which help maintain the common good and respect religious diversity.
Past SARP Events
Discussion on Women and Religion Led by Field Osler, A&S '10
Friday Mar 26 2010
1:00-2:00 PM • Boisi Center
Building: Houses, Community, Resumes?
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Dan Couch, A&S '09
Matt Raffol, CSOM '09
Prof. Jennie Purnell, Political Science
Prof. Robert Murphy, Economics
Student Debate on Gambling
Josh Darr and Timothy Mooney, Boston College
Thursday, November 8, 2007
Student Advisory Panel 2008-2009
Executive Committee Members:
Andrew Bianco (A&S '09), Joshua Darr (A&S '09), Jayson Joyce (A&S '12), Olivia Klupar, Karen Kovaka (A&S '12), John O’Trakoun (GSAS), Kevin Quigley (A&S '09) and Paul Yang (A&S '10)
Brandon Benedict (A&S '12), Joseph Bissonnette (GSAS), Tyler Creighton (A&S '11), Margaret Galiani (A&S '10), Joe Reganato (STM/CGSM), Kathleen Sellers (GSAS), Brian Trepanier (A&S '10), Daniel Wilcox (A&S '12)
Student Advisory Panel 2006-2007
Alex Cohen (A&S '10), John Crowley-Buck (GSAS '08), Jeremy Cruz (GSAS '10), Elizabeth Eiland (LSOE '09), Pete Fay (A&S '10), Christine Friedrich (A&S '08), Catherine Kardong (A&S '07), John Macek (A&S '08), Emily McDonough (LSOE '09), Clare Catherine Murphy (A&S '07), Timothy D. Olson (A&S '10), Stephen Orosz (Law '08 ), Sally Pennington (LSOE '07), Katherine Seawell (LSOE '09), Kathleen Sellers (A&S '09), Mary Beth Stryker (GSSW/GSAS '08), Hillary Thompson (GSAS '10), Joseph Turnage (A&S '09), John Weaver (Law '08)