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Get Crazy! Get Wild! Join Bwog As GSSC Bureau Chief!

Do you like politics? Do the mesmerizing mysteries of Columbia’s School of General Studies keep you up at night? Do you write in any way other than boring? Do you want to join a crazy family of writers/bloggers/media cool cats? Well, then, Bwog formally invites you to apply for our GSSC Bureau Chief!

As I wrote a month ago, Bwog’s Bureau Chiefs are reporters who attend one student council meeting every week and write a recap the day after for our site. As Bureau Chief, you get to learn more about your respective school, its inner workings and history, and some mad political drama to rival even the most riveting episodes of West Wing (see: the impeachment of a president, CCSC’s yearly Secret Santa gift exchange). It’s also a great way to involve yourself in Bwog, if you want to conveniently gain some on-the-ground reporting experience without the intimidation of the pitching process.

GSSC meetings happen every Tuesday at 8:15 PM – so make sure you’re available then. If you’re interested, email board@bwog.com with a statement of your interest by 11:59 PM on Friday, October 4.

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