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Need to feel empowered and confident in order to push yourself through finals? You’ve come to the right place. Bwog’s back today with more Senior Wisdoms. First one up, the amazing Nikita Singareddy!  Name, School, Major, Hometown: Nikita Mary Singareddy, Columbia College. History major with a Statistics concentration. Lived all over (MI, MA, GA) but […]

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This week CCSC explored its own election history, looking into the nature of political parties and their relationship to the E-board.  Other questions that have been raised by resignation of sophomore council member Ben Kornick were addressed.  There was also discussion on the new internship credit policy as well as UEM booking policy. The conversation […]

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