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SGA: Fighting For Rights

This week’s SGA update brought to you, as always, by staffer Caroline Montgomery, heats up campus even as December marches on. This week, SGA was heated (like our earth! 60 degrees in December!?). The the main agenda was for Associate Dean of Student Life, Alina Wong, to  discuss Barnard’s involvement with CUE, the Office of […]

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CUE No Longer Open To Barnard Students

Barnard’s Associate Dean of Student Life Alina Wong just released an email disclosing that starting with the Class of 2020, Barnard students will no longer be invited to apply and participate in the CUE pre-NSOP program. This email comes in peculiar timing amidst COÖP’s current struggles with the administration. Dean Wong similarly cites fiscal strain […]

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Community Building and the Curious CUE Quandary

CUE, that community service pre-orientation program, is facing some unwanted changes. The school cut the group from 84 students last year to 54. Historically Barnard subsidizes dining, but this year they’re providing a “small, kind donation” and office supplies. The biggest change, though, is housing. Typically, CUE lives together in McBain, taking up two to […]

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