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For the last meeting of the semester, SGA talked with the finance department at Barnard.

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SGA’s president Emily Ndiokho (BC ’22) as well as the rest of Barnard’s Student Government Association is a fantastic example of the kind, bold, and ingenious students that make up Barnard’s population. 

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Tune in to today’s SGA roundup to learn about Barnard Health Services!

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THE MEDIA CENTER IS SO COOL READ ABOUT IT HERE AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT BECAUSE THEY’RE ALL SO AMAZING!

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SGA takes on the CEP and learns all about the ways they help Barnard students feel safe! 

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Barnard has awesome sustainable initiatives as well as janitorial services!

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SGA asks about the Beyond Barnard experience and what they can do moving forward.

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Michael Higgins, a graduating senior at GS created the food pantry at Columbia initially to support GS students and found a large interest. 

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SGA has an incredible time learning about the different nondiscrimination and inclusion measures that exist at Barnard. 

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I know it’s hard, but saying goodbye to the fantasies and hello to reality is always best :).

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This week, SGA members learned about the food pantry’s creation and the steps we can take to help! 

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Join SGA for another week of upsetting decisions regarding the school we love and care for so much!

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SGA With Provost Bell

Hi. Good evening. This is SGA, reporting back again. Yay finals :’)… Read for sizzling tea. 

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At this week’s SGA meeting, Barnard Dining covered many pressing topics concerning students’ dining needs.

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