Bwogger Chloe Gong attended Women in Podcasting, the second of the three-part series, The Podcasting Revolution, happening at Barnard.
Staff Writer Victoria Borlando reports on a speech delivered by the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education.
Intrepid bwoggers and swing enthusiasts Josh Tate and Sam Losee venture out into the wilderness dodging a sea of hyperactive children, shady raccoons, and Columbia students totally not doing anything suspicious in the park with
After attending a panel discussion, Staff Writers Solomia Dzhaman and Victoria Borlando created a guide to the developments of the recent impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Nadra Rahman reports on a proposed $600 tuition hike that would cover all required course textbooks. CCSC has…mixed feelings.
CCSC Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman still can’t believe that break is over…but CCSC is ready to resume with motions and pointed comments. She reports.
It’s time for a regime change! Ohーnot really? Well, close enough. Last night, CCSC appointed a lot of people to replace the flakes and haters who are leaving CCSC next semester (e.g. those are studying abroad or understandably tired). Along the way, they addressed some important issues. Nadra Rahman reports. Last night, CCSC opened up […]
Overheard on last night’s CCSC livestream: “So why didn’t Bwog decide to show up today?” Because of the magic of technology! Nadra is out this week, so Social Media Editor Zack Abrams brings you this CCSC update from his bed. Last night’s CCSC meeting began with the usual updates, quickly led into a discussion over co-sponsorship […]
CCSC Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman is doing just fine! She did, however, attend a CCSC meeting. Last night’s efficient CCSC meeting began with a visit from a GS delegation, peaked with a semi-heated discussion about gun control and precedent, and concluded with a plea for release. Most significantly, the body voted to sign on to […]
It’s a miserable Monday, but CCSC is refreshed from Fall Break and ready to make your day brighter and replete with spreadsheets. Nadra Rahman reports. Last night, CCSC worked on tying up loose ends, revisiting issues that had been raised in previous meetings. The main course was a discussion on the co-sponsorship process, and how […]
Nadra Rahman reports from the balmy climes of the Satow Room on CCSC’s latest ventures. It was a finance-heavy night for CCSC as they navigated where they (a) want their own money to go, and (b) where they want others’ money to go. But there was one big outcome to cheer about: a Metrocard program […]
Bwogger Nadra Rahman sits in on an unexpectedly short CCSC meeting, bringing you all the printing quota and letter-writing info you desperately seek. CCSC operated efficiently last night, beginning the night with a brief printing quota Q&A with CUIT representatives. This was followed by a sort of re-enactment of last week’s meeting—at which UndoCU and […]
Mondays are for music, motions, and mastery of the CCSC reserve fund. Nadra Rahman reports from the depths of the Satow Room, her view obstructed by tall club representatives. Last night, CCSC had a packed agenda, fielding requests for money or support from UndoCU, the Native American Council, Every Vote Counts, and even our merry […]
It may be SAD season, but CCSC isn’t deterred. Nadra Rahman reports from the field. In CCSC’s third meeting of the year, the body moves past setting the tone and starts making big moves—like funding a schoolwide farmshare, co-sponsoring an upcoming event by the Food Pantry, and having animated back-and-forth about NSOP. Icebreaker CCSC started […]
Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman is blown along by easy breezes in the Satow Room, as harsh winds, in the form of heated words, have yet to hit CCSC. Last night’s meeting of CCSC was uncharacteristically peaceful, with many a unanimous vote. The most pressing matter on the agenda was passing proposed, uncontroversial amendments for CCSC […]
No less than four interlopers entered the Satow Room last night, mistaking it for a meeting of The Federalist. However, it was just student government. Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman reports, after her brief stint as traffic director. Jordan Singer rang in her tenure as president of CCSC with a sleek PowerPoint. The structure was similar […]
Bwogger Nadra Rahman bids CCSC a merry adieu, after, of course, they engage in some navel-gazing. CCSC’s last meeting of the year began with a standing ovation for 2018 Rep (Lord) Lord Hyeamang, who has received an offer from the Jets—and in general is a much beloved member of Council. Remember when we used to be proud […]
The Satow Room held more than a few combative viewpoints last night. Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman brings you the deets, piping hot. CCSC had an unusual number of guests last night—Deantini and Dean Kromm paid their semesterly visit, but their presence also drew protesters from 24/7 Columbia, a group that is demanding around-the-clock, in-person, unrestricted […]
Amid torrential downpours (and without an umbrella), Nadra Rahman dragged herself to the Satow Room, all to bring you the student government coverage you crave. Printing quotas, gun control, and in case you missed it, President Nathan Rosin’s phone faithfully livestreaming everything from the back of the room—just a few of the things that livened […]