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SGA: Facilities O’Clock

Bwog’s Special Correspondent Zoe Camp reports from last night’s SGA meeting. Tonight’s special guest was Lisa Gamsu, Barnard’s Vice President for Administration and Capital Planning! And so ensued a lengthy conversation on all things Facilities: During the construction of the Diana, the Lewis Parlor was used as a common space. With the Diana completed, the […]

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SGA Town Hall: What We Talk About When We Talk About Barnard

There’s never a dull moment in the Diana Event Oval! Part-time SGA Bureau Chief/full-time proud Barnard woman Hannah Goldstein gives us the latest on the noteworthy political happenings out on the west side of B-way. Also, free food! College is all about soul-searching. Strange but true: there’s actually an entire institution whose sole function it […]

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SGA: Ethics and Value, Not Reason and Value

Katheryn Thayer reports from last night’s SGA meeting. Special guests! Representatives from Columbia’s women’s basketball team came in to chat about the upcoming season. Last year, a Barnard woman was Columbia’s first ever Player of the Year in the league. Upon hearing this, the Rep Council emitted a nice little “oooh” of surprise and pride. Hopefully […]

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SGA: Greek Life Recognition Up to EBear

Raph Debenedetti reports! Project Sunshine, a community service program that helps out children in St. Luke’s with activities and visits, has been recognized at Stage 1 by the SGA. Catch up on your Stage 1/Stage 2 lingo here. SGA discussed the three different options to find the best way to get the student body’s vote […]

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SGA: Waterless Water Fountains! Bureaucracy!

The SGA met Monday night. Bwog’s Raph Debenedetti got the scoop on water fountains. Be warned! Some water fountains in the Diana do not provide water. Do your duty and report any deficient water fountains! Delta Gamma will be hosting a fashion show for charity this Saturday, 8 p.m., in LeFrak. Tickets are $5. Dean […]

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SGA: Alumni Want to Make Sure You’re Fed

Bwog’s SGA correspondent Raphaelle Debenedetti was there, and she writes with tales of alumni and free food. The meeting began with some bragging: according to US News reports, Barnard’s rank has risen from the 30th to 26th liberal arts college in the country, and is the 17th most desirable urban campus (that means there are […]

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Live from the Diana Event Oval… Your 2014 SGA Class Council!

Congratulations, freshpeople-friends! President: Aliza Hassine VP: Nazli Danis Treasurer: Aurora Lende Secretary: Colleen Mulvihill

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SGA: Of GBears and NINJas

Caitlin Lynch reports with highlights from this week’s SGA meeting. The SGA has a new website– look at it! Correction, 9/29: The SGA, not the Alumni Association, is starting the initiative to reach out to students and alums in the Tri-State Area. That initiative is focusing solely on Thanksgiving, not Spring Break, for the moment. […]

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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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SGA Roundup: Post-Housing

Bwog’s dedicated SGA Correspondent Caitlin Lynch reports from last night’s proceedings, primarily concerned with the improved housing selection process, areas of further improvement, and summer renovations. Annie Aversa, Associate Dean of Campus and Residential Life came to discuss changes in Barnard housing. This year, instead of waiting on different lines for different buildings, the process […]

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SGA Elections Results Are In

Lara Avsar is your new SGA President, and Reni Calister is Senior Class President. Congratulations to all! President SGA: Lara Avsar Vice President, Bridgit Donnelly Vice President, Student Activities: Megan Shannon Vice President, Communications:  Diana Rastegayeva Vice President, Finance: Priyata Patel Jr.Representative to the Board of Trustees: Maddie Provo University Senator: Sara Snedeker Community Affairs […]

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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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SGA Candidates Announced!

Barnard students received the exhilarating news at 7:15 p.m. this evening.  Certain candidates showed off their promptness, introducing themselves to first-years in the Quad just moments before the e-mail was sent. Hello Barnard Students! Elections season has started! Please see below for the list of SGA Candidates for this Election season. Hear the candidates talk […]

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SGA Roundup – Funding for Greek Life Denied

Last night’s SGA meeting focused on funding for BC Greek life. At present, SGA does not fund groups that require dues, as per their constitution. Student Activities Fees given by the SGA can only go to events that serve the broader communities; the possibility of a Greek public list serve was discussed, which would make […]

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SGA Roundup: Library issues

Bwog’s brand new SGA correspondent Caitlin Lynch reports from last night’s proceedings The main topic of discussion for the evening was the possible renovation of the Barnard Library, which could start as early as this summer. Dean Lisa Norberg, Dean of Libraries, led the discussion. As she was not involved in the structuring of this […]

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