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For CCSC’s final meeting of the semester, not only was a Religion Representative appointed, but there was also the passing of an ID Task Force proposal and some entertaining Paper Plate Awards!

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The semester is winding down, but student government is still kicking! Read on for this week’s happenings.

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This week ESC received disappointing news on credit limits and the SEAS gala but looked ahead to future plans.

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For CCSC’s second-to-last meeting of the semester, general body members reflected on the election process and created an appointment committee to fill the Religion Representative position.

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Life can be a bag of nails, so gitty-up and get informed with this Weekly Roundup!

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This week, ESC reviewed the draft of a proposal to the SEAS Committee on Instruction (COI) regarding this summer’s credit limit.

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Howdy y’all! This week, the councils prepared for elections and discussed upcoming events.

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Here are Bwog’s endorsements for the Columbia College and Columbia Engineering student government elections.

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CCSC kept it short and sweet this week with the busyness of election season in mind, but still managed to vote on a proposal by Class Representative Brandon Shi (CC ’22).

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Running for student government? Contact us for the possibility to get the endorsement of the best news blog on campus!

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Howdy and happy Thursday! All four student councils are now back in session from spring break and everyone’s got student government election season on their minds!

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CCSC returned from Spring Break with a bang, packing in election season updates, summer course registration complaints, and the Inclusion and Diversity Task Force Committee amendment.

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We’re approaching the last stretch of the semester, and the Engineering Student Council knows it.

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Howdy y’all! The Councils have been rounded up (well, some of them…).

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