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This week’s meeting was split into two sections: One run by the outgoing council and one run by the incoming one.

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Held in a hybrid online and in-person format, this general body meeting was eight minutes long.

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This week, ESC voted on multiple proposals and letters.

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This week, ESC was fully back in person.

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This week ESC received disappointing news on credit limits and the SEAS gala but looked ahead to future plans.

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This week’s ESC general body meeting began with a presentation on University Life Events Council and featured several joint initiatives with the other undergraduate student councils.

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Though last week’s announcement that SEAS would continue its PDF policy this semester was a triumph for the Engineering Student Council, its members’ work is far from over.

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Topics at this week’s ESC general body meeting included ESC a potential ESC bylaw amendment, housing for the fall, and a possible P/D/F grading policy for this semester.

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ESC returns this semester to address the challenges of online learning.

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This week’s ESC meeting was short and sweet

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This week ESC discussed how best to allocate funding for prizes and swag, a linguistics minor, and how to make the homestretch of this semester kind of bearable.

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Engineering Student Council met for a final, brief session last night. For the final time, ESC Bureau Chief Finn Klauber reports what happened during the ESC meeting.

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