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This week’s meeting seemed to be all about money for CCSC. With new co-sponsorships coming in, the debate team asking for travel funding, and the Food Bank extending a partnership invitation, CCSC had some important financial decisions on the table. Michael Haggins, head of the Food Bank, proposed a partnership to the board. He explained […]

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Last night in the infamous Havemeyer 309, Columbia’s Philolexian Society held its equally infamous 31st Annual Alfred Joyce Kilmer Memorial Bad Poetry Contest. If for some sad reason you could not attend the event, Bwog Staffer Tamara Barriot will try her best to recapture the essence of every brilliantly bad poem that competed for the […]

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As Dean Kromm visited to discuss policy, a hushed CCSC seemed to not be too engaged in discussions of sexual violence awareness workshops or student wellness. See what Bwog learned about SVR workshops and tampon restocking last night.   A rather quiet and un-inquisitive student council met with Dean of Undergraduate Life Cristen Kromm during last night’s […]

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From October 13 to October 15, the King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe is presenting Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead in the Lerner Black Box. Staff Writer Tamara Barriot reviews their production. Sylvia Korman’s (BC ‘18) take on Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead sheds a new light into the meditative, almost absurd, nature of the piece. […]

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David Keefe, Senior Assistant Dean of Student Veteran Initiatives, guided staff writer Tamara Barriot through the steps to create her own sheet of paper. On Friday the 14th, you can check out the exhibition of combat paper in the LeRoy Neiman Art Gallery. The paper recycling process is pretty standard world-wide, pulp is extracted from […]

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CCSC’s meeting makes the most of every minute covering bylaws, more bylaws, and the CASA bill. Abby Porter, VP of Policy, introduced the CASA (Campus Accountability and Safety Act) to the CCSC’s meeting. CASA is a pending bill on the House and Senate introduced in 2015 by Senator Claire McCaskill. The bill aims to reform […]

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Due to the Jewish holiday, much of CCSC was not in attendance last night, so it was a rather quick meeting that welcomed the 2020 elected CCSC representatives. President Nicole Allicock started off the meeting by calling for updates. Class of 2018: They have obtained one-day Equinox passes for the class of 2018 beginning on […]

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CCSC got down to business right away in their meeting last night, going over their budget as well as bylaw adjustments. New Bureau Chief Tamara Barriot was on hand to record the quickly-moving discussion. Upon returning from the Student Council and Governing Board Retreat this past weekend, Columbia College Student Council had nothing but business […]

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