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40% of CC and 55% of SEAS first-year students turned out to vote for their respective student councils.  Full results (with percentages) can be found here.  Congratulations to the winners! 2017 CCSC President & Vice President Anuj Sharma & Chris Allison of Morningside Mojo 2017 CCSC Representatives Abby Porter Annette Finnegan of Morningside Mojo Sheila […]

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It isn’t a first-year CCSC race without some good ol’ Facebook drama.  This year, The Lion’s Pride presidential candidate, Chris George, has been on the hunt for other parties–namely Starr/Treasure and The Council–who he believes were unfairly campaigning. The source of this unfairness?  They were commenting on their own Facebook posts in the Class of […]

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