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ESC: CAVA O’Clock

Sean Zimmerman reports from last night’s Engineering Student Council meeting.

At the ESC meeting last night, CAVA’s push for new office space was the order of the day. ESC heard CAVA’s proposal for new space in Broadway Hall, and voted in favor of giving CAVA both Broadway 102 and Broadway 103. CAVA said after the meeting that ESC’s support could lead CCSC to reconsider giving CAVA the Broadway 102 space. CCSC voted yesterday in favor of awarding CAVA the Broadway 103 space, but voted against giving them the Broadway 102 space.

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11 Comments

    1. Yo says:

      @Yo 102 tiny. Get over yourselves CC

  • anonymous says:

    @anonymous what exactly is the procedure for them to get space, anyways? I don’t understand what else has to happen.

    1. Votes and Votes says:

      @Votes and Votes CCSC will come around. Then ABC and SGB and its CAVA o’ Clock in 102. Someone put up Alex’s fine dry-erase diagram of the space pleasee? It enlightened us all.

  • lost says:

    @lost Hey guys, what’s the prompt for today’s password?

    I didn’t get an email!

    1. SE says:

      @SE You have to log into the Social Experiment website to get today’s prompt.

  • WHY says:

    @WHY Didnt CCSC just give them both spaces and get it over with?

  • who says:

    @who fucking cares whether cava gets 102 also. i am so sick of this stupid ass debate.

    1. Yes says:

      @Yes Give ’em the damn room

  • Oh, Please says:

    @Oh, Please With all the secrets keys they have, they’re gonna use Broadway 102, permission or not.

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