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CCSC Discusses A CASV Resolution And The Henry Moore Sculpture

Ben Makansi may have live-streamed the CCSC meeting last night, but Bureau Chief Joe Milholland was right up near the action, dutifully reporting on the council’s decisions and deliberations. This week, those decisions and deliberations include a CASV petition, constitution edits, and, yes, more of that goddamn statue. At Sunday night’s Columbia College Student Council […]

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CASV, Tech Rep, Quality Of Life, And More From CCSC

Where would we be without Joe Milholland? Much less informed about the inner workings of CCSC politics, that’s for sure. This week’s meeting included discussion of the CASV, a potential tech rep, and the quality of life survey. CCSC’s Relationship with No Red Tape and Coalition Against Sexual Violence On Sunday night’s Columbia College Student […]

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On Tape: How Sexual Assault Activism Works

Just in time for the release of the December issue of our beloved Mother Magazine, The Blue and White, Bwog is proud to present this overview of recent campus sexual assault activism written by Senior Editor Hallie Nell Swanson, CC ’16. If you haven’t already, be sure to read former Managing Editor Anna Bahr’s two-part […]

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