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ESC Makes A Stand Against Pointlessly Raising Tuition

Yesterday evening, Engineering Student Council met for the first live-streamed meeting of the semester. Punctuated as it was with small reminders or instructions on correct ways to engage in the meeting, the majority of the session dealt with a proposal originating in Columbia College Student Council and broached by VP for Campus Services Scott Wright in […]

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ESC Wraps Up The Semester

ESC master Finn Klauber covers the final meeting of the semester this week! Professional Development and Hunger Awareness Week ESC met for the final time this semester last night in their old haunt on Lerner 5. Once again ESC had a brief discussion on the Professional Development and Leadership programs, which aim to provide fun […]

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(Only Half Of) ESC Gives Updates

Engineering Student Council met for a very, very brief session last night. President Ria Garg made sure to note how ESC’s attendance policies are being stretched by council members, something with which the E-Board will have to deal. Minor Updates: Tree Lighting is this Thursday, from 5:00 to 7:30. There will be free food and […]

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ESC Tries To Make It To Thanksgiving

ESC specialist Finn Klauber went back to ESC for another one of their meetings. Here is his recap:  Engineering Student Council met for a mercifully short session last night in the hopes of conserving midterm study time. An ad hoc discussion topic bookended a short roundup of updates. Losing Track of Bias An email sent […]

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ESC Edits A Mental Health Statement

As every week, Bwog’s dedicated and experienced Engineering Student Council Bureau Chief Finn Klauber reports everything going on in SEAS student government. At the ESC meeting last night in the Satow Room, the Council covered some basic updates followed by discussions on the creation of an Ecology minor and a proposed mental health statement. Cultivating […]

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ESC Considers Post-Orientation And Academic Integrity

ESC began last night’s discussion in reverse order, starting with a discussion section on new orientation programs. The idea is to provide “tracks” of events to “help students adjust to college much better and help students find community on campus much easier,” just as pre-orientation programs do. These programs would take place, at least initially, after […]

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ESC Gives Some Updates

As every week, Bwog’s dedicated and experienced Engineering Student Council Bureau Chief Finn Klauber reports everything going on in SEAS student government. This week there are mold problems, Oktoberfest, and basketball-related free tuition. ESC met last night to give a round robin-style slew of updates. Luckily for your humble correspondent, this meant that the ESC meeting […]

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ESC Wraps Up Their Student Council Retreat

ESC talked about Community Guidelines, goals for the year, and more at last night’s meeting. After 2019 President Izzet Kebudi gave a quick update on “Lerner Central”—the “study-free zones” (one and a half years in the making) which now take up the space formerly occupied by the East and West Ramp rooms—the Engineering Student Council ran […]

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ESC Plans For A Better Future

Every Tuesday, Bwog presents a recap of the Engineering Student Council (ESC) meeting from the day before. ESC Bureau Chief Finn Klauber recounts this week’s meeting, where ESC discusses what’s new for the new academic year and meets with the Columbia Food Pantry. The Engineering Student Council (ESC) met for its inaugural session last night […]

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Final Bucketlist For Finals

Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for this sparsely populated reading week are below, with no specifically recommended events. If you notice any events that have been left off the list, […]

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ESC Finishes Off The Semester With Fire And (A Failed) Impeachment

Every Tuesday Bwog brings you a recap of the previous night’s ECS meeting. Bureau Chief Finn Klauber recounts this week’s ESC meeting which covered a range of interesting topics, from the tax bill to home destruction.  VP Policy, Zoha Qamar VP Qamar discussed the “wellness machines,” vending machines with health products such as emergency contraception, […]

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Despite the short nature of this weeks ESC meeting and the fast approaching Thanksgiving break, Bureau Chief Finn Klauber does not disappoint with his report on this weeks happenings of the engineering community. President Aida Lu President Lu met with both Dean Brovman, SEAS Associate Dean for Undergraduate Student Affairs, and Scott Wright, Vice President for Campus Services. The […]

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ESC Holds A Civilized And Peaceful Discussion With A Student Group

Once again, ESC has shut out both Bureau Chief Finn Klauber and his Spec counterpart from observing their “off the record” discussion. In the “public” meeting, however, ESC met with the Morocco division of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) and discussed funding issue. Also there was a cappella drama, but what else is new.  President Aida […]

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ESC Debates The Limits To Free Speech

Each week, rain or shine, healthy or sick, snow or drought, ESC Bureau Chief Finn Klauber reports on Engineer Student Council’s activities. For the first time in multiple weeks, ESC actually had an open discussion section—and, boy, was it a doozy.  As most people at Columbia are aware, Lerner Hall experienced a number of protests […]

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