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On Thursday afternoon, the Columbia Elections Commission shared the official results of the Spring 2024 CCSC and ESC elections over email. 

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On Sunday, Columbia University Apartheid Divest and Student Workers at Columbia announced Columbia College Student Council’s new resolution to boycott Israel-supporting companies and voted for a referendum concerning University divestment. The next day, Barnard College, School of General Studies, and the Columbia School of Social Work joined the referendum, with the Columbia Law School planning […]

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This week, CCSC hosted GSSC representatives to talk about ongoing problems with course search and registration, and a potential upcoming proposal for a new platform. 

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This week, CCSC discussed the relationship between Columbia Public Safety and the NYPD, had a Naloxone training, and presented planning updates. 

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It’s election season! If you’re running for student government, Bwog may endorse you!

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Your CC Student Body President, everyone.

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The University is recording faculty stances tomorrow on its plan to integrate Columbia College and the School of General Studies further into Arts and Sciences, the University division which also oversees a number of graduate schools.

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In response to CCSC’s survey about a proposed expansion of Columbia College, students shared their thoughts about campus life and how it would change with 500 new students at the school.

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After interviewing each candidate, Bwog has chosen to endorse Virginia Lo, Sadia Safa, and Albert Grass for the University Senate and Ali Winter for Student Services Representative. Find our endorsements below.

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Are you running for student government? Why not seek out a Bwog endorsement to help your campaign!

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During their first General body meeting after Spring Break, CCSC mulls over the VP Equity proposal and discusses last-minute suggestions for the expansion survey.

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During their last meeting before spring break, CCSC members deliberate constitutional amendments and brainstorm structures for an upcoming expansion survey.

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For their first meeting back in person, CCSC members exchanged updates and began the appointment process for VP Finance.

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During their third meeting of the semester, CCSC met on Zoom to discuss a wide array of topics.

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