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GSSC Still Needs An Election Commission Chair

Bwog’s resident Old Fart and Yung GeriatricAndrew Chee was astonished by the efficacy of last night’s twenty-minute meeting! General Studies Student Council meets every Tuesday at 8:15 pm in the Jed Satow Room on the fifth floor of Lerner. 

Due to inclement weather, Dean Rosen-Metsch was unable to make it to GSSC tonight, but fear not! She will make a return on February 26th, so don’t miss out!

Elections Commissions Appointment Committee

The Elections Commissions Appointment Committee (ECAC) is still accepting applications for the election commission chair. The purpose is to ensure that the elections committee is as removed from GSSC as possible while also maintaining accountability. As such, the election committee chair cannot run for or be on GSSC at the same time. The election committee chair will select two to three people to come to the council meeting to advocate for the qualifications of their election committee chair; the council will vote and when the person is appointed, they will nominate two to three people (who will be confirmed by the council) who will be a part of their committee. ECAC will have full autonomy over elections, including the dates, the appeals process for rules, the meetings for interested candidates, the posting of platforms, and all aspects of voting.

Applications, which can be found in your email, will close on Friday.

Upcoming events

  • International Students Meet & Greet – today, 2/13 from 5 to 6 pm in 308 Lewisohn. Come meet the International Students GSSC Rep Luisa Dacroce and your fellow international students! The first ten international students to show up will get a free pair of blue earmuffs. :)
  • Flamingo Mingle – Thursday, 2/14 from 8 to 10 pm at Amity Hall. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased on Eventbrite and include a drink ticket and tons of food, with kosher and vegan options! There are five subsidized tickets also available, so reach out to GSSC if you are interested.
  • Glass House Rocks – Thursday, 2/21 from 8 pm to 12 am on the ramps of Lerner. Featuring dance groups, performances, clubs, tickets for free food, a limited-edition T-shirt for the first 400 students, and more! There will even be an auction for a free flight from United, so come early! They are also looking for volunteers, who will receive free food and a shirt!
  • Mario Kart & Smash Bros Party – Saturday, 2/23 from 7 to 10 pm in the Broadway Room of Lerner. Pretty self-explanatory.
  • Midnight Run – Thursday, 2/28. Donations for clothing and food will be collected in the GS Lounge, which will then be distributed to those in need around campus. Running is not required, but volunteers are! Stay tuned for further updates in the near future as the date approaches.

this could be you at the Midnight Run

This concludes GSSC for this week! Best of luck as the first wave of midterms approach!

Photo via Wikipedia Commons

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