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Spring 2017 CCSC Election Results

Finally, after endless Facebook posts and candidates sliding into your DMs, the Spring 2017 CCSC Election has ended, and here are the results: Senate: Omar Khan Executive Board: President: Nathan Rosin (Alliance) VP of Policy: Nicole Allicock (Alliance) VP of Finance: Adam Resheff (Low Beach Party) VP of Communications: Sreya Pinnamaneni (Alliance) VP of Campus Life: […]

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Meet Your New CCSC President: Nicole Allicock

With the passing of student government elections, Bwog wanted to get a better sense of who would be each of the different colleges the following 2016-2017 year. Up next is the new CCSC Student Body President, Nicole Allicock.  A Brief Bio Nicole is a sophomore from DC and plans on majoring in Linguistics. She is in […]

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Update On CCSC 2017 Representative Vacancy

Last Tuesday night, the Columbia College Student Council held a closed meeting to appoint a new representative, and the opening was not announced via a class-wide e-mail. Bwog looked into this incident and the reasons behind it earlier this week. If you’d like to know more about the appointment process, the details are discussed here. This Friday, […]

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You Can’t Do That: CCSC Edition

Yesterday, Bwog received a tip that some first year students received emails from the Columbia Elections Board in regards to a rules violation on behalf of the CCSC 2017 winners. This email is a response to candidates sending out unsolicited emails to fellow students asking for their vote. Addressed on page 2 of the CCSC […]

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Elections Get Messy For CCSC 2017

CCSC’s been involved in some shady stuff lately. Last night, following other CCSC happenings, we received an anonymous (and dramatic) tip alleging that Anuj Sharma, CCSC 2017’s “successful” president, has kept his decision not to seek re-election secret, hoping to discourage other parties and individuals from running and open up the race to his VP, […]

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