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SGA: Composting and Calendars

Compost heap

Get all your waste to the compost machine before it moves south for the winter. (To Brooklyn?)

  • An EcoRep stopped by and discussed initiatives to make Barnard more eco-friendly. She announced that the Barnard compost machine is only open through Thanksgiving, so everyone should get in all their composting before the machine goes into hibernation… or whatever it does when it gets too cold to smoosh garbage.
  • President Jessica Blank gave an update on her meeting with Dean Hinkson, during which they spoke about the new campus calendar that SGA is launching. It will be on the SGA homepage and  serve as a central location for students to check out what’s going on around campus—events, academic deadlines, fitbear classes… the works. Clubs should email to have events added.
  • Sarah, VP Communications, presented possible ideas for the new SGA logo and led a discussion on the upcoming town hall (date TBD) regarding use of the Diana as a student space.
  • Mica Spicka announced that the “Hive,” the newly renovated student space in Altschul atrium (formerly java city, for seniors who have been around long enough to remember it), will be opening TODAY, 9/27.

Chilly compost heap via Wikimedia Commons

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