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bottlesPolitical clubs pay attention to politics!

Lauren Salz…she’s everywhere! 

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Political science becomes even less of a real field

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  • Lauren says:

    @Lauren is the Executive Director CUCR, which is their equivalent of Vice President. Joe Charalel is the President. She was not hand-picked by Chris Kulawik, and she also serves on the board of CPU (not so much BS about working with other groups as…you know, actually working with other groups).

  • Jake not Jacob says:

    @Jake not Jacob I got quoted in that polisci spec article and even i think i sound hella dumb

  • Definitely says:

    @Definitely not handpicked by Kulawik. did you read all of her BS about working with other groups?

  • confused says:

    @confused Where did this Lauren Salz come from? Do the Republicans not use the title President anymore since she’s called Executive Director? Was she hand-picked by Kulawik to be his successor? Bwog, you should do some investigative reporting on this.

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