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CCSC Interviews: UniteCU

This the last of our CCSC Interviews, so now you know everything you need to know to vote, starting Monday. While her fellow sophomores were partying on a boat, Bwog Daily Editor Sameea Butt interviewed another batch of CCSC candidates. Read on to see what UniteCU has to say about CCSC, “Columbia community,” and bureaucracy. […]

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CCSC Interviews: CU Charge

We posted the first CCSC Interview earlier today, and will have the third and final one up later tonight. Here’s the next ticket, CU Charge. Check out what they had to say to Bwogger Alex Jones about their campaign. But first of all, you can assess the party’s patriotism and energy by listening to their […]

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Bagels Run the World

In keeping with the campaign initiatives of their fellow candidates, the members of Better Columbia want to greet you on this fine morning with bagels and orange juice. Scurry over to the Van Am Quad (you know, that patch of grass between John Jay and Hamilton where people are allowed to play frisbee or football about […]

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2011 CCSC Candidate Debate Recap

Last night, Alex Jones, a Bwogger who wonders what the Beats would think about an official CCSC debate in their once-legendary hangout, checked out the Spec-sponsored Q&A. The three parties running for the CCSC Executive Board in next week’s elections went head-to-head at Havana Central… The master of ceremonies, Sam Roth, took almost a minute […]

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UniteCU Provides a Butler Boost

ATTENTION DENIZENS OF BUTLER: Earlier today CCSC “campaigning” began with free trail mix. The saga continues–UniteCU is in the Butler lobby now, handing out coffee and cupcakes. Delectable delights via Commons

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Give Me Liberty or Give Me Gorp

The campaigning has begun! The members of the CU Charge party are trying to win your votes with free bags of trail mix. They’ll be outside John Jay from 12 pm. Top tip: you can just take the food, you don’t have to talk politics! Snack foods from Wikimedia Commons

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CCSC Interviews: Renew C.U.

"PrezBo once said that 'Columbia's rated one of the worst party schools, and I intend to keep it that way.' That's not necessarily the attitude that student body wants to hear."

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CCSC Interviews: The Party Bus Party (Bus)

In this part in the series of interviews of the competing tickets for the upcoming CCSC elections on Tuesday, Bwog joins Nuriel Moghavem, Vikas Anand, Roxanne Unger, and Alex Kirk of the Party Bus Party (Bus), which is running for the 2011 Class Council. How would you evaluate the job done by the current senior […]

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CCSC Interviews: The After Party

For our second part in the series of interviews of the competing tickets for the upcoming CCSC elections on Tuesday, Bwog joins Sean Manning Udell, Alexandra Coromilas, Tom Amegadzie, Sonya Chandra and Andy Kim of the After Party, which is running for the 2011 Class Council. Stay tuned in to Bwog today for the rest […]

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