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No Red Tape Meets With CCSC

The discussion got a bit heated (dare we say, to red?) when a representative from No Red Tape met with CCSC at their meeting last night. Luckily, Bwog writer Joe Milholland was, as always, on the scene to report details of the discussion. “Our experience so far with the administration has been consistent with previous […]

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Why Was The CCSC 2017 Rep Vacancy So Under-publicized?

Last night, the Columbia College Student Council held a closed meeting to appoint a new class of 2017 representative. This may surprise some juniors, as the opening was not announced via a class-wide e-mail, unlike the 2017 council’s vacant position last year. When the 2017 Council last had an open voting rep position last year, […]

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Overseen: We Missed You, Ben & Viv

Remember those fun emails we used to get from Ben & Viv, sometimes at 3 am? Or remember that time they tried to make a website? We miss the good ol’ days. But hark! CCSC has graced us with another Ben & Viv Classic, and we’re just tickled pink. Perhaps it was an effort to […]

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