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Sean Zimmermann reports on the continuing Senate saga. Benjamin Brickner, from the Senate Elections committee, came to speak to the ESC about EGSC’s petition to the Senate to split the two SEAS senates seats allocated to SEAS. Brickner explained the Senate’s request for a referendum: “our intention is not to take over [dedications that would […]

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Sean Zimmermann reports from last night’s hot and heavy ESC meeting. Study Days madness never, ever ends: ESC passed the Academic Calendar Proposal that would begin school before Labor Day. Jim Applegate, Education Committee Chair, commented to Whitney Green that he based his proposal to remove the election day break on the Facebook petition, Petition […]

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