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ESC: Election Drama! (& Other Exciting Things)

SEAS ’14 just can’t seem to get this election thing down. Lots has happened with regards to the 2014 ESC Council these past few days, and we provide a brief summary: While Kathy Sun did beat out Akshay Shah for President of SEAS ’14 last Wednesday, she did not actually win the popular vote. In […]

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Kipp-Giusti, VP Policy on UniteCU ticket, Drops Out of Race

The Election Board just announced that Elizabeth Kipp-Giusti, UniteCU’s VP Policy candidate, dropped out of the campaign. According to Spec, UniteCU will continue to run as a four-person party without EKG. Recently, Green Umbrella, the sustainability group on which she serves as a board member, endorsed BetterCU. Kipp-Giusti cites “personal reasons” for her resignation. Bwog […]

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SGA Election Results Are In

Democracy happened, and Barnard drew a blank. Jessica Blank, that is. Jessica Blank is your new SGA president! Bwog decrees she shall be called PrezBla. The strong and beautiful women governing Barnard next year are listed below. Congrats to all candidates and winners. President SGA Jessica Blank Vice President SGA Rachel Ferrari Vice President Student […]

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