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This week’s meeting was split into two sections: One run by the outgoing council and one run by the incoming one.

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This week was the current council’s last full GBM.

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Held in a hybrid online and in-person format, this general body meeting was eight minutes long.

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This week, ESC voted on multiple proposals and letters.

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ESC is working on a survey regarding the potential undergraduate expansion.

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ESC is having a busy second half of the semester.

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ESC is back from spring break.

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ESC Talks Diversity

This week, ESC discussed creating a committee on diversity.

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This week, ESC heard from students in support of Ukraine and discussed a draft of a mental health survey.

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This week, ESC was fully back in person.

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This week, ESC’s general body meeting was held in a hybrid format.

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This week’s meeting was short and consisted entirely of position updates.

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The Engineering Student Council held its first general body meeting of the semester on Zoom.

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ESC’s last General Body Meeting of the semester was quick and under-attended. 

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This week’s ESC General Body Meeting featured position updates from several council members.

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