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SGA Learns What An Ombuds and a Provost Are

This Monday, SGA learned two new Scrabble words and heard from DeShaunta Johnson, Ph. D., of the Ombuds office and Provost Linda A. Bell.

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SGA Discusses Self-Isolation and Leadership

This Monday, SGA heard from students concerned about the coronavirus self-isolation practices, as well as Umbreen Bhatti ’00, the Constance Hess Williams ’66 Director of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies.

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SGA Considers Studying Abroad

This week, SGA hears from the Study Abroad office about the experience of students studying abroad, and what the Barnard community can do to improve this program.

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SGA Hears From The Executive Director Of The Center Of Engaged Pedagogy

This week, SGA representatives heard from Dr. Jennifer Rosales, the Executive Director of the Center for Engaged Pedagogy, and her plans for creating inclusive learning spaces, educating faculty, and the value of students’ input about the education they’re receiving.

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SGA Discusses Desserts After Dark

Get your weekly SGA update here! This week: the bi-annual Desserts After Dark Survey results!

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SGA Tackles CARDS

Barnard’s Student Government Association meets again this week, this time with Holly Tedder, the Director of the Center for Accessibility Resources & Disability Services. Catch all the updates here!

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SGA Gets Pre-Professional

SGA tackled all things pre-professionalism this week, inviting AJ Aronstein and Nikki Youngblood-Giles from Beyond Barnard to come speak about everything their office has to offer.

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SGA Talks About Sustainability

This week SGA met with Sustainability Director Sandra Goldmark to discuss sustainability efforts across campus.

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SGA Is Feelin’ And Doin’ Well

SGA tackled health and wellness, as well as Barnard’s new Feel Well, Do Well initiative with guests Mary Joan Murphy and Jessica Cannon from Barnard Primary Care. 

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SGA Speaks With President Beilock

Want to get to know President Beilock’s takes on the annual Leadership Assembly and more? You’ve come to the right place.

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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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SGA Tackles Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Have you heard? Barnard has a Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion now! Get all the latest info from Monday night’s SGA meeting all about the new role here.

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SGA Confronts Public Safety

Still confused by what exactly Public Safety is? Want to hear the tea on the Alexander McNab debacle from April 2019? Catch all the updates here.

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SGA Loves The Barnard Deans

Bwogger Peyton Ayers covered SGA’s second meeting! Read all about it! 

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SGA Explores Why Barnard Is Broke

Bwog is looking for someone to cover SGA! If you’re interested shoot us an email. If not, read on to find out what went down at this week’s meeting. 

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