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With election season coming up and midterms finally coming to obliterate our petty souls make us waste our time in Butler, it looks like CCSC is looking at how we’re doing.  Conversations about CSA were had in depth and it turns out that our workload is the same as MIT’s and CalTech’s. Yay liberal arts! Thankfully, […]

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This week’s edition of student council coverage brings important information about switching your advisor, possibility of creating a student hang-out space, a controversial proposal to shorten Lerner Mail lines, swipe access for GS/JTS students, and (hip hip..) how Council should delegate and micro-manage less (hooray!). Satow Bureau Chiefs Sarah Ngu and Maren Killackey report! First […]

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Adam Kuerbitz was there! Last night’s CCSC meeting was a whopper, clocking in at just over an hour and a half. President Learned Foote opened the meeting with a discussion of the recent drama surrounding the council elections, particularly among first-year students. He specifically mentioned Grace Bickers’ recent op-ed piece in Spec about the need […]

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Since Lerner Hall flung open its perplexing glass doors in 1999, students have complained that for a student center, there is little space in the building for student activities, except perhaps for the occasional pianist trickling out “Claire de Lune.” Space reservation headaches aside, much of Lerner is used for administrative purposes. This summer, much […]

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Today marks the end of the “Change of Program” period, which means it’s the last day you can add and drop classes with no fee, paperwork, or generalized anxiety involved. But, should you not realize until next month that your 9 a.m. lecture class in Pupin really isn’t working for you, don’t worry. You still […]

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Taking a cue from PrezBo, SEAS hosted its own “fireside” chat Monday night to address students’ concerns on a broad range of topics.  The digs were markedly less than splendiforous than 60 Morningside Drive – the Carleton Lounge on the first floor of Mudd is less than inviting, as its occupants often feel like they’re […]

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First, CUIDs actually becoming prepped for off-campus use, now somewhat sensical advising reform? The student council legends were true! Which of course means the councils get to pat themselves on the back Changes are coming to Harlem too: a W hotel might be opening Meanwhile, Saigon Grill employees still treated like shit SENIOR COLUMN: After four […]

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