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ESC Says Goodbye For The Semester

This week, ESC had its last general body meeting of the semester. They had a short(er) meeting that primarily went over position updates. For the last time in 2019, ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports.

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ESC Zooms Away To Academic Integrity

This week in ESC, they talked to the Director of Academic Integrity Victoria Brown and discuss concerns they have with CCE. ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports.

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ESC Discusses Departmental Advising

ESC has reconvened after Fall Break! This week, they discussed departmental advising and position updates. ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports.

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ESC Meets In A Different Room

This week in ESC, the meeting was held in the Broadway Room. They welcomed a new member, changed the constitution and had general updates. ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports.

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Bwog Articles As Other Bwog Articles

I don’t usually write posts comparing Bwog articles with other Bwog articles, but as they say, cats only bark twice.

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ESC’s Shortest Meeting Yet

This week, ESC was efficient! Due to absences, ESC met for a mere twenty minutes and ran through a few brief updates. ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports.

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ESC Discusses Indigenous Peoples Day

This week, ESC talked to the Native Americans Council at Columbia about Indigenous Peoples Day and discussed how best to support them. ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports.

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Here’s When And Where ESC And GSSC Meet, Since They Won’t Tell You

Managing Editor Zack Abrams checked the websites and Facebook pages and found that the meeting locations and times for the SEAS and GS undergraduate student councils were nowhere to be found. 

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ESC Plans A SEAS Gala And Talks About CUMB

This week, ESC discussed planning a SEAS Gala and the withdrawal of funding from CUMB. It also welcomed the Class of 2023! ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports.

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ESC Talks To The Food Pantry

ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo brings to you the latest news from the Engineering Student Council. This week, ESC met with a representative from the Food Pantry at Columbia and discussed events coming up.

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ESC Is Starting To Do Things!

This week’s ESC meeting focused on getting information out about meetings, changes, and also about general events. Initiatives haven’t formally begun, but Bwog’s new ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo will keep you posted!

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A Final Meeting For Engineering Student Council

Engineering Student Council met for a final, brief session last night. For the final time, ESC Bureau Chief Finn Klauber reports what happened during the ESC meeting.

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Spring 2019 CCSC, ESC Election Results Released

You’ve seen the posters. You’ve liked the Facebook pages. And you (maybe) voted for your preferred candidates. Without further ado, the results for CCSC and ESC Executive Boards, At-Large Representatives, University Senators, and 2019, 2020, 2021 Class Councils are as follows:

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