Mailing List

The Brown College social mailing list is also known as bc-chat.

As of June, 2010, bc-chat now runs on Sympa instead of Mailman. Please view the instructions below to help with subscribing, unsubscribing, and managing other list options.

To subscribe, unsubscribe, or edit your options, go to https://lists.virginia.edu/sympa. You can log in with netbadge if your (desired) subscribed address is your UVA computing ID email, ie mst3k@virginia.edu. Otherwise, you will need to create a password if you have not logged in to Sympa before. Click on "First Login?" to create a password, which will be sent to your desired email you will input.

SUBSCRIPTION: To subscribe, you must be logged in. Search for bc-chat02 at the bottom or go directly to https://lists.virginia.edu/sympa/info/bc-chat02. Then click subscribe.

UNSUBSCRIPTION: To unsubscribe or change options, you must be logged in. Click on "bc-chat02" in the left hand menu. This will give you links to unsubscribe or change your options.

bc-chat on Google Groups

BC-CHAT PRIVACY NOTICE from the Brown College Webmasters
This is a reminder and warning that all messages sent to the bc-chat mailing list are archived by and searchable within two services: UVa's mailing list service and Google's Google Group service. The latter can be reviewed here:

http://www.groups.google.com/group/bc-chat02

Please be mindful of the fact that messages you send to bc-chat can be easily found by any sufficiently motivated individual and can be stumbled across by just about anyone. Please also take note of the fact that bc-chat is a public mailing list. Submissions can be made by anyone and anyone can register to receive bc-chat e-mails and digests. Bc-chat is configured in this manner so that Brown College alumni and other individuals who are associated with Brown College in ways other than present residency can easily contribute to and benefit from the mailing list.

If you have questions or concerns about this, please feel free to e-mail the Brown College webmasters with your query or comment. Please bear in mind that it is unlikely that the public nature of bc-chat or its archives will change and that e-mail is, by nature, an insecure medium. If you would not be comfortable with a message you send to bc-chat appearing in a Google search alongside your e-mail address, it would probably be best not to send that message in the first place.

Sincerely, the Brown College webmasters

Contact zl4ry with questions or concerns about the website.