Pro-Life Club Replaces Table Representatives With Brick Wall
O’NEILL QUAD — In an effort to save time, money, and remaining dignity, Boston College’s resident pro-life club decided to move away from stationing its members at lawn tables. This weekend, Students For Life (SFL) announced that it would be stationing a brand new brick wall at its tables in lieu of club representatives.
“This brick wall is exactly what we needed between us and the student body”, remarked SFL president Christian Goode (MCAS ’22). “This way, everyone gets the same experience that they’d get talking to us at our tables, but we can put our resources into other projects.”
When asked about what projects other than tabling the club has planned, Goode replied, “Uhh… well, that’s still under wraps. I can’t reveal too much yet, but we definitely have lots of plans other than tabling. Definitely not just gonna be tabling. We do other stuff too.”
The student body seemed to welcome the new addition to campus. One passerby, Secks Halver (MCAS ’24), shared her thoughts. “It’s amazing! It really is just like talking to the club members. I can’t wait to sit down every week and just duke it out with the wall. It’s gonna be cathartic.”
At press time, the brick wall had no comments.