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

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Happy Sian Beilock Talks To SGA Day! And Turkey Day too, I guess…

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Welcome back to another week of SGA! This week with Barnard’s own Covid-19 response team! 

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SGA Talks BLAIS!

Our beloved Milstein, Millie, Milbob, Millie Bobby Brown, we love you and all the BLAIS staff <3.

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What’s scarier than a no-bones day? Barnard’s approaching ED deadline…

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Barnard SGA emblem via Bwog Archives

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Barnard SGA Is Back!

Columbia students celebrating indigenous peoples day via Bwarchives

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The results of the Fall 2021 elections for Barnard’s Student Government Association are in!

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Candidates took positions on a range of issues, from COVID policies to inclusive language implementation. 

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Howdy y’all! The last of the councils are rounded up, and the semester is coming to an end.

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In the final SGA meeting of the semester, SGA’s Vice President for Finance, Danielle Hopkins BC ’21, presented the budget for the next academic year.

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This week, SGA heard a petition for an update to Barnard’s anti-discrimination policy, and viewed a presentation about Barnard’s finances in the past year. 

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New SGA Bureau Chief Grace Novarr reports on this week’s happenings in your favorite student government, during which SGA met with representatives from the Center for Engaged Pedagogy.

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SGA gets real on climate change and holding the administration accountable when it comes to these issues.

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