It’s “that” time of year.
The incredible Joseph Milholland skipped out on a night of celebrating before the last day of classes and
Bwog cupcakes to go to the last CCSC meeting of the semester and boy was it full of song, dance, nostalgia, and presents. Hey, Joseph goes to every meeting, he should totally have a CCSC Secret Santa.
The last CCSC Meeting of 2013 was dubbed “The Holiday Meeting” by President Chen, and it did have a festive cheer featuring both presents and heartfelt speeches.
But first, some final points of business. The CUIT Advisory Committee has been renamed the University Events Management Student Events Advisory Committee. It will have open meetings “once per month” and will also serve as the Governing Board of Barnard. The resolution proposing UEMSEAC passed. After that, each committee on CCSC gave a speech with background music emphasizing what they had accomplished over the years.
The Class of 2017, represented by President Anuj Sharma, picked “Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls)” by Foster the People. They picked the “upbeat” and “nostalgic” song because they had “faced some obstacles” initially, but they had hosted a study break and, with the help of CCE, organized an “information session” that was so popular it will be repeated in January. More shenanigans