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Welcome back all you city-slickers! Here are this week’s student council highlights, as brought to you by Bureau Chiefs Adam Kluge (CCSC), Lori Luo (ESC), Eliza Staples (SGA), and Olivia Mitchell (GSSC). As always, check in next Friday for new student council news and don’t forget to drink some Adam’s Ale if you’re gonna be […]

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This week, Barnard’s Student Government Association heard from students from the Roosevelt Institute about Barn and from Emy Cardoza, Associate Dean for Student Life, about her work planning NSOP.

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Welcome back, y’all! Here’s this week’s student council information condensed into bite-sized form brought to you by Bureau Chiefs Adam Kluge (CCSC), Lori Luo (ESC), Eliza Staples (SGA), and Olivia Mitchell (GSSC). As always, check in next Friday for new student council news and have a great weekend!

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SGA Gets Reaccredited

This week, Barnard’s Student Government Association learned about the college’s reaccreditation process, and what it means for the Barnard community.

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Yeehaw, y’all! Welcome to this week’s weekly roundup for student council, where Bureau Chiefs Adam Kluge (CCSC), Lori Luo (ESC), Eliza Staples (SGA), and Olivia Mitchell (GSSC) give you the cheat sheet on everything student council! 

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

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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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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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