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GSSC isn’t afraid to have a little fun…but that doesn’t always result in a balanced budget. Winsome Wednesday contributor Romane Thomas reports back on the goings-on at GSSC, from poorly Photoshopped images and website redesigns to frisbee games and Gala drama. Last night, General Studies Student Council (GSSC) started off celebrating April Fools by putting […]

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GSSC was understandably consumed by basketball mania last night (s/o to a sports team that doesn’t suck!), but they managed to cram a lot of important information into the thirty minutes that they convened. Seasoned operative Romane Thomas reports back with everything you need to know about the election, upcoming gala, and fun events. Yesterday […]

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GSSC got heated up, but in a mild enough way. Romane Thomas was on hand to witness the combustive, creative energy of the Council, and reports back on newsletters, Spring Break, and snack attacks. Yesterday night neither midterms nor the flu kept a reduced General Studies Student Council (GSSC) from talking awards, menus, and Owl analytics […]

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GSSC got interactive at their last assembly, and Bureau Chief/Wednesday Wastrel Joe Milholland was on hand to witness the outpouring of ideas. Directories only slightly less creepy than directory.columbia.edu, visiting Buddhist monks, and “GS Singles Mingle” (perhaps the most highly anticipated social event of the semester, as of now) await! A searchable directory of student […]

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GSSC deals with a lot of issues during the year, including food insecurity, funding proposals, and student entertainment. But if the heart of GSSC doesn’t function, everything grinds to a halt. That’s why Bureau Chief Joe Milholland is covering GSSC’s plans to get a new projector, as well as other, less immediate, matters discussed this week. […]

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What happens when GSCC meets in Roone Auditorium, instead of the Satow Room? A whole lotta updates. Bwog’s got you covered on the run-down, thanks to staffer Joe Milholland’s council reportage. The General Studies Student Council’s abbreviated meeting last night took place in the Roone Auditorium (the Satow Room, where they usually hold meetings, was […]

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How often do you keep up with GSSC’s The Owl? According to GSSC, you probably don’t read it at all. That’s okay, though, since Bwog has our own campus political pundit, Joe Milholland, who can tell you all about GSSC’s activities. “Basically, no one reads The Owl,” said General Studies Student Council President Elizabeth Heyman on Tuesday […]

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The school year is drawing to a close, and Bureau Chief Joseph Milholland is back to bring you news on the latest resolutions from General Studies Student Council. The General Studies Student Council gave updates on two resolutions on Tuesday night. Comptroller (and the next VP of Finance) Dalitso Nkhoma had the council approve some […]

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