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SGA And ESC First Meetings: A Case Of The Logistics

Caitlin Lynch writes from the year’s first SGA meeting. The first SGA meeting of the year began, as these things do, with logistics: Bryn Mawr will host seven Sisters Conference this year, details on sign-up to come; Student Activities Fair is this Friday from 12–3 on Lehman Lawn, over 50 clubs will be represented. More logistics! The […]

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And Your New ESC Student Council Is…

ESC Secretary Heidi Ahmed has just informed Bwog of the results of this year’s new engineering student council. Congratulations, friends! Class of 2011 President–Amanda Tan Vice President–Eric Hirani Class Representative–Alice Hu Class Representative–Albert Miller Class of 2012 President–Judy Kim Vice President–Mailing Wu Class Representative–Spencer Almen Class Representative–Nate Levick Class of 2013 President–Mary Byers Vice President–Shudipto […]

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Student Government Roundups: ESC and SGA

Bwog’s intrepid Student Government correspondents Caitlin Lynch and Mahrah Taufique report from last night’s proceedings, just before elections kicked off. SGA: The meeting focused on the issue of sororities: There is a possibility that Barnard girls won’t be allowed to participate in Greek recruitment during Spring 2011, because CC and SEAS have decided to fund only […]

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ESC Eagerly Anticipates The Diana’s Opening Gala

Sean Zimmermann reports from last night’s meeting In one of the speediest (and most poorly attended) ESC meetings yet, council members celebrated Secretary Heidi Ahmed’s birthday, discussed PMSing (or post midterm snacking), and heard updates on the Diana.  SGA liaison Jessica Lewis announced that there was “lots of Diana discussion” at the last SGA meeting. […]

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ESC Election Results Announced

ESC election results are out, and the new senior class president is Heather Lee, who won (uncontested) with a whopping 191 votes. Lee will be joined by Joffre Andrade as VP and Stanley Chen and Varun Gulati as Class Representatives.  The 2011 Class President will be Kamal Yechoor, with candidates from his party, Synergy, filling […]

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2009-2010 ESC Candidates Announced

Straight from Whitney Green, SEAS ’10 and ESC Secretary, your ESC candidates. Congratulations! 2010 Class President Heather Lee – Expresh Class VP Joffre Andrade – Expresh Class Rep Austin Brauser – Equilibrium Party Stanley Chen – Equilibrium Party Liza John Varun Gulati More results after the jump.

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ESC, etc.: R.I.P. BC Swipe Access (Also: There’s Tuna in Your Mac and Cheese)

Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann attended last night’s ESC meeting. Swipe Access died; revelations about Ferris Booth and JJs were unearthed. Swipe access is dead, long live swipe access: During the last night’s ESC meeting, President Peter Valeiras announced that SGA, Barnard’s student council, had decided after meeting with the administration to stop pursuing […]

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ESC, etc.: The Food Edition

More news from the Fu Foundation from Bureau Chief Tony Gong.  Featuring colorful commentary and discussions about food! I love ESC. I’ll love ESC through impeachments, seven-hour meetings, and god knows how many viewings of Homeward Bound. But I love seeing The National perform for free in Roone Arledge just a little more. Nevertheless, at […]

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ESC, etc.: Democracy in Action

Bwog just received an email announcing the winners of ESC’s 2008 General Elections. It’s time to meet your new governing cabal, SEAS. Class of 2011 President: Kamal Yechoor Vice President: Chris Elizondo Representatives: Albert Miller and Dana Ibarra Class of 2010 President: Heather Lee Vice President: Lili Gu Representatives: Gunnar Aasen and Kelly Chen Class […]

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ESC, etc.: Impeachment! Beef! Mystery!

Bwog’s Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Tony Gong reports on yesterday’s very special (positively Clintonian!) ESC meeting. Considering the sometimes tedious nature of ESC meetings, last night’s was one for the books. And not just any books, like Goosebumps or The Giver (just to name a few… I could go on). Last night, not one, not […]

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ESC and SGA 2011 Representatives Elected

Congratulations to Barnard ’11 President Reni Calister! (Time to put the red cup down, Reni). She’ll be joined by Becky Gimple and Abbey Warner as the first-year SGA VP and Secretary, respectively.  The wheels of democracy are also in motion over at SEAS. Kamal Yechoor of the Fu-Tang Clan was declared the first-year ESC president. […]

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