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CCSC 2007 – The Matrix

In case you hadn’t noticed, CCSC campaigns began today at 9:00 AM. Unsurprisingly, Michelle Diamond’s One Columbia came out of the gate fast, while Tracy Chung’s Rebel CC debuted with a comprehensive but decidedly less flashy blogspot site. Segovia’s site will replace her facebook group (touting an “e-bard”) tomorrow. Meanwhile, since we at the Bwog […]

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ESC to elect itself, again

CCSC elections aren’t the only democratic contest going on this month–starting at 11:00 PM on Monday, anyone who wants to run for Engineering Student Council executive board positions can nominate themselves by e-mail. But don’t start practicing your flesh pressing and baby kissing: all you have to do is appeal to a small fraction of […]

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Campaign Confidential

Bwog presents a couple of blind items for campaign season. Any guesses? WHICH Class Council member, running for re-election, admitted to a Bwog reporter at a mandatory candidates’ rules meeting that she was intoxicated? She spent the meeting text-messaging and gossipping about the uselessness of the meeting – and she seemed none too pleased with […]

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CCSC behind the scenes

The CCSC gossip has been flowing like cheap wine at Columbia Cottage. For your edification: Item #1: Chris Kulawik may have come closer to a CCSC run than anyone realized. As George Krebs struggled to put together a ticket, he received feelers from Kulawik’s associates to see if he was interested in joining a Kulawik […]

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The Wait is Over: CCSC Deadline Passes, THREE (Updated!) Parties Face Off for E-Board

The SGO was hopping tonight, as candidates filed for their positions for the upcoming CCSC election, putting an end to days of intense speculation. The CCSC President’s race was especially full of surprises, as a number of rumored candidates (George Krebs, Felipe Tarud, Chris Kulawik, Josh Lipsky, Will Snider) did not run (choosing, respectively, ’09 […]

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New Ballgame

Well, things on CCSC are shaking out a little differently than we predicted a few weeks ago. With the filing deadline coming up tomorrow at 8:59 PM, here’s where we stand: IN – CC ’08 vice president Michelle Diamond. Sighted in Lerner this afternoon taking campaign photos with her ticket. OUT – CC ’09 President […]

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Decision ’07—The Race Begins… In First-Year Housing

  Wednesday night saw a beginning of sorts to the CCSC election season – the first of three information sessions for prospective candidates in Carman Lounge. Spotted at the meeting were ’08 VP Michelle Diamond and ’09 President George Krebs – widely considered the frontrunners for the CCSC Presidency, should they decide to run – […]

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