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Following a spring break hiatus, ESC returned with an untraditional general body meeting.

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Though last week’s announcement that SEAS would continue its PDF policy this semester was a triumph for the Engineering Student Council, its members’ work is far from over.

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This week CCSC discussed summer financial aid, shuttle services, disability services programs, and data privacy.

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Tuesday’s GSSC meeting was short and sweet, but had a lot to share and celebrate in that little amount of time!

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ESC: Acronyms Edition

This week’s Engineering Student Council meeting featured acronyms ranging from the familiar SEAS and PDF to the less known iGEM.

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This week’s CCSC meeting was short and sweet but still gave plenty of time to pack in news on the Resource Fund and an exciting new survey launch!

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Howdy y’all! The councils have been rounded up and looks like a week of classic government shenanigans across the board.

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This week ESC’s general body meeting discussed the limits to what ESC can change while looking ahead to future initiatives.

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CCSC was poppin’ this week with an exciting announcement from Race and Ethnicities Representative Colby King (CC ‘22), constitutional amendments, and appointment candidate speeches!

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Topics at this week’s ESC general body meeting included ESC a potential ESC bylaw amendment, housing for the fall, and a possible P/D/F grading policy for this semester.

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CCSC passes Race and Ethnicities Representative Colby King’s (CC ’22) proposal for a Religion Representative and discusses ensuring equity in this spring’s online elections.

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The second GSSC meeting of the semester kicked off, as per usual, with President Jane Jeong (GS’22) by calling the meeting to order. Like last week’s meeting, it was a brief meeting. Council members discussed the upcoming senior-freshman mixer, to be held February 1st at 7pm. After a public comment by Bal Halperin (GS) regarding […]

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ESC returns this semester to address the challenges of online learning.

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Catch up on the latest gossip from CCSC as they discuss campus resources, appointment processes and Center for Career Education developments.

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GSSC held its first meeting of 2021.

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