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ESC’s last General Body Meeting of the semester was quick and under-attended. 

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This week’s ESC General Body Meeting featured position updates from several council members.

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Back after a brief hiatus for fall break, ESC returned to discuss a survey, dining, and Shake Shack.

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We’re approaching the last stretch of the semester, and the Engineering Student Council knows it.

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This week’s ESC meeting was short and sweet

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This week, ESC discussed creating a mission statement, town hall meetings for SEAS students, and several opportunities to collaborate with CCSC.

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A traffic controller for the dreaded Ferris staircase and musical stairs in Mudd? It sounds too good to be true, but these big ideas will soon become reality thanks to ESC’s Project Grants initiative. ESC was so impressed with the seven applications they received that after a thorough review of the proposals, they decided to […]

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The New IT Girl

Bwog was sent this in an email from an engineering professor: “OMG…that outfit!” To which we can only reply: OMG…that outfit!

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Hands Off the Bean

Latest addition to the list of rules no one used to care about, but you now cannot break because Columbia is broke: that coffee is for special people only! An anonymous Computer Engineering student received this email yesterday. (EE stands for Electrical Engineering ; those students got this email via their  listserv as well.) Dear […]

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Bwog noticed a circle of six or so boys standing around a homemade car, which is currently parked on Low plaza. The car is the project of the Columbia Society of Automotive Engineers who will compete in a major race next week in Detroit against 140 other teams. Members of the SAE stood proudly around […]

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As the anniversary of the physical attack approaches, Bwog correspondent Alex Weinberg reels from the mental attack of 9-11 conspiracy theorists. September 11th is fast approaching, and, like swallows returning to Capistrano, 9/11 conspiracy theorists are emerging from their basements and taking to the streets to let you all know how dumb you really are. […]

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