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CCSC members engaged in a balanced share of work and play for their last meeting of the year.

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With one more meeting left before the semester ends, CCSC considers making the current Task Force structure permanent. 

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CCSC convened in the Satow room to review expansion survey results and conduct E-board office hours.

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During their first General body meeting after Spring Break, CCSC mulls over the VP Equity proposal and discusses last-minute suggestions for the expansion survey.

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During their last meeting before spring break, CCSC members deliberate constitutional amendments and brainstorm structures for an upcoming expansion survey.

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CCSC members gathered in a peculiarly arranged Satow room to discuss long-term proposals and funding caps for incentives among other housekeeping notes.

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For their first meeting back in person, CCSC members exchanged updates and began the appointment process for VP Finance.

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During their third meeting of the semester, CCSC met on Zoom to discuss a wide array of topics.

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To kick off the Spring semester, CCSC members met on Zoom to reflect on what they achieved during Fall 2021, and what they hope to improve upon going forward.

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Continuing last week’s discussion about the impacts of the Student Workers of Columbia strike on undergraduate students, CCSC sends an official statement on the strike to the administration. 

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CCSC considers how to address the academic impact of the graduate student strike on undergraduate students while not “crossing the picket line.”

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CCSC discusses NSOP, ISOP, COOP, and the alphabet soup that makes up Columbia’s pre-orientation programs.

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In their sixth meeting of the year, CCSC discusses increasing capacity limits and fostering academic adjustments to make student life more bearable.

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What exactly is the “green zone”, and how do we get there? CCSC compares Columbia’s current COVID-19 testing procedures to those of peer institutions.

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