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We have received a tip containing both a press release by the Activities Board at Columbia (ABC) in response to alleged bias on the ABC board as well as the funding allocations for the next year. The press release expresses that “recent allegations that cultural organizations governed by the Activities Board at Columbia (specifically in the Black, Latinx, […]

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This afternoon, the Activities Board at Columbia (ABC) released the allocation decisions for approximately 160 student groups from the 2012-2013, 2013-2014, and 2014-2015 academic years in the form of a public Google Doc. This move comes on the heels of a decision made at ABC’s November Town Hall to “increase transparency” regarding the allocation of funds for […]

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The Activities Board at Columbia is responsible for the proper allocation of campus clubs’ funds, and its deliberations have become an interesting cause for concern. Fairness aficionado Maud Rozee visited the group to check it out. A few days ago, Bwog got a tip which claimed that the Activities Board at Columbia (ABC), which allocated the budgets […]

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