The AHANA Caucus serves as the liaison between the registered student organizations (RSOs) that partake in it, the ALC itself, and the greater AHANA community. Representatives from over 25 different student organizations assemble to address issues pertinent to the community and to collaborate with one another. Caucus also serves as the backbone to ALC’s community response structure and works with ALC’s executive department on policy initiatives. The Caucus fosters discussion and action regarding issues pertinent to the student body within and beyond the Boston College community including, but not limited to, sexuality, sex, race, identity, class, and ethnocentrism. Events include the AHANA Leaders Retreat and the AHANA Summit. The AHANA Caucus holds weekly meetings with its affiliated organizations, featuring discussions, guest speakers, and activities.