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This week, CCSC hosted GSSC representatives to talk about ongoing problems with course search and registration, and a potential upcoming proposal for a new platform. 

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Five leaders, authors, and organizers who are working towards renewable energy systems for New York City spoke about their efforts this Tuesday in a panel co-sponsored by the Architecture, Environmental Science, and Urban Studies departments.

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This week, CCSC discussed the relationship between Columbia Public Safety and the NYPD, had a Naloxone training, and presented planning updates. 

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In which Staff Writer Avery Baumel learns that she can actually draw, maybe, on a good day, if snacks are provided.

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BC junior Daniella Sapone’s original musical tells the story of Isa, a person who stutters.

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Dance improvisation is all about pushing boundaries of movement and creativity. Why not try pushing the boundaries of physical space, too?

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Staff Writer Avery Baumel reviews an exceptional performance by the MFA Acting ‘24 Cohort.

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In her first official address to the university, the newly inaugurated President Minouche Shafik proposed a new social contract between universities and society, while three groups of protesters chanted on.

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