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The newly elected Class of 2025 Council attended their first general body meeting this week.

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The discussion at this week’s General Body Meeting featured upcoming events, progress on some initiatives, and recognitions of the council’s limits. 

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The first half was run by the outgoing council, and the second marked the incoming council’s first general body meeting.

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This week ESC received disappointing news on credit limits and the SEAS gala but looked ahead to future plans.

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This week, ESC reviewed the draft of a proposal to the SEAS Committee on Instruction (COI) regarding this summer’s credit limit.

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This week’s ESC general body meeting began with a presentation on University Life Events Council and featured several joint initiatives with the other undergraduate student councils.

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We’re approaching the last stretch of the semester, and the Engineering Student Council knows it.

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Following a spring break hiatus, ESC returned with an untraditional general body meeting.

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Though last week’s announcement that SEAS would continue its PDF policy this semester was a triumph for the Engineering Student Council, its members’ work is far from over.

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ESC: Acronyms Edition

This week’s Engineering Student Council meeting featured acronyms ranging from the familiar SEAS and PDF to the less known iGEM.

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This week ESC’s general body meeting discussed the limits to what ESC can change while looking ahead to future initiatives.

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Topics at this week’s ESC general body meeting included ESC a potential ESC bylaw amendment, housing for the fall, and a possible P/D/F grading policy for this semester.

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ESC returns this semester to address the challenges of online learning.

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This week ESC discussed the credit limit for this year’s three semesters, the length of winter break, and adding a Transfer Student Representative to the council.

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