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This week’s agenda included budget proposals for Snack Attacks, the Muslim Student Association’s Iftar celebration, GS student experience survey prizes, and amendments to the GSSC bylaws.

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GSSC discusses donating $10,000 to Columbia’s food pantry, among other endeavors.

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Student Body President Serengeti Timungwa led an ongoing conversation about further GSSC Constitution amendments, alongside Vice President of Campus Life Cole Wagner.

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This week’s agenda included votes on changes to Articles I and II of the GSSC Constitution, faculty nominations, and co-sponsorship of Columbia Chabad’s Shabbat dinner.

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This week’s agenda included a GSSC x Deans Town Hall, with Dean Rogers, Dean Rosener, and Dean Rosen-Metch in attendance, and GS academic updates.

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A panel of administrators answered questions about English versus Latin diplomas, affordable childcare, and P/D/F grading for GS students.

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These simulation elves are burnt out and making some mistakes this week.

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Do you ever just want to give your dining hall a bad score on rotten tomatoes?

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“Scars of Metamorphosis” by Anjali Ramakrishnan (BC‘23) is an intriguing look at mental illness through the frame of the writer’s process. It ran at the Glicker-Milstein Theater on November 12 and 13.

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“Radium Girls” made me feel things, just not the right things.

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