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GSSC Announces New Student Health Ambassadors Program

GSSC Bureau Chief Andrew Chee brings you the recap of the latest General Studies Student Council meeting.

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GSSC Reflects Upon Dean Peter Awn

GSSC Bureau Chief Andrew Chee blesses you with a sunny ray of light in the form of a student council recap on this cold snowy day. GSSC meets every Tuesday night at 8:15 pm in the Jed Satow Room. 

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GSSC Still Needs An Election Commission Chair

Bwog’s resident Old Fart and Yung Geriatric™ Andrew Chee was astonished by the efficacy of last night’s twenty-minute meeting! General Studies Student Council meets every Tuesday at 8:15 pm in the Jed Satow Room on the fifth floor of Lerner. 

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New Year, New GSSC

Greetings, y’all! It’s the first General Studies Student Council meeting of the spring semester and the start of the new year! It’s almost February, but Bubble Tea Bwogger Andrew Chee is determined to continue saying “new year, new me” until September at the very least. Catch GSSC on Tuesday nights at 8:15 pm in the […]

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GSSC To Update Elections Process

Happy Wednesday! Bwog’s GSSC (General Studies Student Council) Bureau Chief, Alex Tang, is back with updates on last night’s council meeting. This week’s GSSC meeting was one of a nitty-gritty, technical nature, focusing mostly on structural and financial matters regarding the council. To start, GS President Sam Demezieux introduced the plan for the four Columbia […]

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GSSC Saves The Day With Free Pizza

Each Wednesday, Bwog brings you a brief summary of the General Studies Student Council (GSSC) meeting from the night before. In today’s update, Bwog GSSC Bureau Chief Alex Tang highlights the pizza-based drama that went down last night. In last night’s meeting, the General Studies Student Council (GSSC) had a relatively heated talk about pizza, which, […]

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GS Senator Ramond Curtis Faces Impeachment

Bwog recently received information that a procedure of impeachment has been started against current GS Senator Ramond Curtis by members of General Studies Student Council. A current member of the council and candidate at the recent GSSC election condemned Ramond’s actions during the elections and subsequently filed this impeachment process. This member has declined to […]

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CU Elections Update: GSSC Candidates Announced

The list of GSSC candidates are here! Who will bring puppies and lit galas to GS next year? Who will fight ESC to gain access to Columbia undergrad dorms? Here are the people that you can vote for to make things happen in GSSC: Student Body President Dennis Zhao Samantha Demezieux Vice President of Policy […]

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Bwog’s GSSC Bureau Chiefs Romane Thomas and Jenny Nugent are here with updates from Tuesday’s meeting! Last night, GSSC talked about its constitution, disabilities awareness, and the upcoming food bank. At the start of the meeting, President Larosa and the council quickly approved the updated version of the CEB constitution. GS Senator Curtis then started speaking […]

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GSSC Ends The Year With Puppy Pictures And Constitutional Amendments

It’s the last meeting of the year! Bwogger Jennifer Nugent refrains from shouting “School’s out!” and reports back on budgets, events, and constitutional changes to member positions. What starts with a president’s puppy, ends with heartfelt speeches, and is punctuated by rounds of applause? The final full meeting of the General Studies Student Council! Every […]

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GSSC Appoints New VP of Policy

GS students are, despite their relatively greater age and “maturity,” college students just like the rest of us. They like to have fun, cause some amiable mischief, and create an all around friendly environment. That’s why Bwog student government liaison Joe Milholland was witness to a fun prank from them this week as well as discussion […]

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GSSC Approve Bacchanal Proposal With Changes

At their Tuesday night general body meeting, the General Studies Student Council debated ABC’s proposal to turn the Bacchanal Committee into a group under the auspices of the VPs of Finance from the four undergraduate student councils, the same proposal that was debated last week at CCSC. GSSC President Peter Nason said that the proposal […]

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GSSC Election Results In

We’ve already seen the election results for CCSC, ESC, and SGA. Now, here are the election results for the General Studies Student Council! Student Body President: Jacqueline Thong – 54.3% of votes VP-Policy: Benjamin Paladino – 77.1% of votes VP-Finance: Joshua Lewin-Jacus – 44.2% of votes VP-Communications: Mahogany Wright – 43.0% of votes VP-Student Events: […]

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