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CCSC Does Constitutional Review

Curious what CCSC’s been up to?  If you’re actually reading this, looks like it’s true!  This week everything is about the constitution so get your American flags and Columbia hats because CCSC correspondent Joe Milholland’s taking us along for the ride. President Daphne Chen was “not in town this weekend” according to VP of Policy Bob […]

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CCSC Debates About Constitutional Review

Every week, CCSC meets and talks about very important things.  This week, those thing included reforms to their constitution—particularly about the sections dealing with the filling of vacated seats. Much talk was had about transparency, efficiency, and fraternity, all of which our Satow Room Bureau Chief Joe Milholland was present to cover. On Sunday night’s Columbia College Student […]

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The People Have Spoken: Elections Results

After a fierce few days of campaigning, riveting debates, and more Facebook notifications than you’d like, student government elections results are in, courtesy of the Columbia Elections Board. Here’s the link to the full elections results with percentages of the vote included. We’ve pasted the winners below. Most notably, TAP won most of the CCSC E-Board, Wadood […]

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Know Your Bureaucratic Bodies: Columbia Elections Board

Student council elections and the bureaucracy behind them have changed FOREVER. How so? We have a new elections board, chaired by Jeremy Meyers, CC ’15. Meyers explained himself and his spiffy new board to Bwog in this short but sweet interview. Bwog: What’s different this year about the student council elections? Jeremy: This is the […]

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CCSC: Happy Endings and Plates Edition

The old CCSC board convened one last time before finals. Brian Wagner reports, sheds one shiny tear. Norita Mengu was elected President of next year’s Elections Board. After she delivered a speech and answered a few questions from the board, the Council decided she had the experience and passion to bring about the reforms they hope to […]

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