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ESC: Bullets Edition

ESC is bringing in the winter!

This week we couldn’t send a Bwogger to the ESC meeting, but an inside source has sent us the minutes. Here are the highlights:

  • The ESC’s new website’s domain, www.columbiaesc.com, has been purchased. ESC hopes to have a temporary test website up by the end of the week.
  • Student government is still fighting for CUArts by developing a resolution and reaching out to the graduate schools.
  • Dean Martinez visited the meeting this week to discuss the new residential hall, the Convent.
  • Organization is still under way for broader community outreach and for a student-run career fair.
  • ESC is working on a proposal for a better P/D/F policy.
  • Hot chocolate with Dean Goldfarb will take place on November 27 from 5pm to 6pm in Lerner 401. Come! Not will not only be free hot cocoa; this is also a golden opportunity to talk to the Dean.
  • The Tree Lighting ceremony will take place on Thursday at 6pm on Low Plaza. Come to usher in the holiday cheer!

December drink via Wikimedia Commons

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