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Bwog politicos Maren Killackey, Kyra Bloom, and Zach Collazzo are live at the the contentious CCSC 2016 debate. Update: The debate has ended. Here’s a transcript of the coverage: 5:31 pm Hey guys, this is Zac and Kyra coming to you live from the Satow Room 5:34 The room is full of nervous, excited freshmen […]

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The foundations of our democracy have been shaken. We have learned through an exhaustive investigation (a.k.a. accidentally being cc’d on an internal email) that the CCSC elections board is currently investigating one of the parties running for freshman student council for election law violations. What are the specific violations? Well, that’s tough for the Elections […]

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