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The outcome of two write-in representative elections for CCSC below: Academic Affairs Representative: Bruno Mendes Pre-Professional Representative: Rohan Jotwani They’re the nuts ‘n bolts of the political empire that is CCSC. Kudos, guys, you got the write stuff.

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GSSC Election Results In

We’ve already seen the election results for CCSC, ESC, and SGA. Now, here are the election results for the General Studies Student Council! Student Body President: Jacqueline Thong – 54.3% of votes VP-Policy: Benjamin Paladino – 77.1% of votes VP-Finance: Joshua Lewin-Jacus – 44.2% of votes VP-Communications: Mahogany Wright – 43.0% of votes VP-Student Events: […]

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More election results just in, this time from the Spring 2011 ESC decision. About 125 students voted for the classes of 2012 and 13, and nearly 200 for 2014. 498 students total voted for the other representatives; for more details, check out the full vote breakdown (PDF). Cheers guys! 2012: Judy Kim (President), Mailing Wu […]

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Not all of those fresh-faced idealists wandering Lerner are prospies. Some of them are running for CCSC! Here’s a handy guide to where they’re going head to head: 4pm in Party Space — 2014 Class Council 4:45pm in Party Space — 2013 Class Council 5:30pm in Party Space — University Senate 6:15pm in Party Space […]

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CCSC Interviews: UniteCU

This the last of our CCSC Interviews, so now you know everything you need to know to vote, starting Monday. While her fellow sophomores were partying on a boat, Bwog Daily Editor Sameea Butt interviewed another batch of CCSC candidates. Read on to see what UniteCU has to say about CCSC, “Columbia community,” and bureaucracy. […]

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We posted the first CCSC Interview earlier today, and will have the third and final one up later tonight. Here’s the next ticket, CU Charge. Check out what they had to say to Bwogger Alex Jones about their campaign. But first of all, you can assess the party’s patriotism and energy by listening to their […]

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Yesterday Brian Wagner sat down with some CCSC candidates to grill them on the most controversial and pressing issues du jour. They said funny and serious things! But first off, because they’re all down to earth, fun-loving, patriotic Columbians, the candidates also agreed to spend some time in Bwog’s recording studio to sing Roar, Lion, […]

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Last night, Alex Jones, a Bwogger who wonders what the Beats would think about an official CCSC debate in their once-legendary hangout, checked out the Spec-sponsored Q&A. The three parties running for the CCSC Executive Board in next week’s elections went head-to-head at Havana Central… The master of ceremonies, Sam Roth, took almost a minute […]

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The Elections Board has released the full set of candidates for this year’s CCSC elections, and there are lots them! Nearly every election is contested. Five parties and an independent rep, are vying to represent 2013, while three full parties are each gunning for 2014 class council and the E-board. The race for the 2012 […]

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