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CCSC Preps For Election Changes, Fellowship Proposals, Dean’s Discipline Discussions

Let’s get down to CCSC business, courtesy of Joe Milholland.  The Columbia College Student Council on Sunday night mostly performed prep work for projects they will go further on in the future. CCSC President Peter Bailinson is going to give a presentation to the Office of Global Programs soon about fellowships and gave the council […]

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CCSC: Gender-Neutral Housing and Dean’s Discipline

Another new week, another Bwog CCSC report, this time about gender-neutral housing and just exactly what Dean’s Discipline is: Despite the effective absence of President Sue Yang (who was only present via Gchat video from Boston), CCSC focused most of its meeting on discussion of two major policy initiatives for the year. Yang’s absence did […]

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