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Seniors: Don’t Let May Suck

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FACE YOUR MORTALITY
FACE YOUR MORTALITY

It’s happening.

The 2o14 class councils want need you to ensure that graduation events for the Class of 2014 aren’t horrible and boring and stupid.  Apply to join any of their various committees and groups so you have nothing to grumble about and no one to blame but yourself come May.

Senior Week Committee Application

One co-chair from each school (BC, CC, GS, SEAS) works with the Senior Class Councils to plan that final fucking awesome week, including Senior Cruise and Senior Ball.  Don’t mess it up.

Applications are due Wednesday October 9th at 12pm and interviews will be held later this week.

CC Senior Dinner Co-Chair Application

Two CC seniors work with admins and Alumni Affairs to organize that dinner that everyone gets drunk at celebrates the class.

Applications are due Wednesday October 9th at 12pm and interviews will be held later this week.

CC’14 Class Day Speaker Questionnaire

EVERYONE: FILL IN THIS FORM WITH “BEYONCE” OR “KANYE WEST.”  DO. NOT. FUCK. THIS. UP.

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4 Comments

  1. Sad Alum

    From my own class day experience, I'd say that the Columbia connection is actually a lot more important than you might initially think. Hearing from a (very intelligent) person who shared many of the experiences that defined my life for the past four years, and how he carried those with him through life was something I would give up beyonce for any day. It was exactly what I needed to hear the week I left Columbia.

    also :',,(

  2. Disappointed CC14

    If our class didn't want our graduation to be horrendous and boring and stupid, then maybe we shouldn't have reelected the same council for them to keep on doing the same things they did over the last three years: nothing. The CC14 class council has performed incredibly poorly when compared to what CC13 under Mandelbaum and even CC15 under Odessky could pull off in terms of cool events, customized gear and so on.

    Not to mention the 3 events planned by CC14 last year on the eve of elections, all of which were cancelled as soon as it was clear no one else was competing against them. Where's our boat party again? Stop pretending your 'study breaks' are a good use of council power and resources.

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