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Cheers to a fairly successful effort to get Obama on campus, in some capacity. Though smaller in scope than some endeavors, ESC 2014 t-shirts do at least get the job done. Silly engineers, Obama went to the College! OR DID HE…? On an unrelated note, here is a picture of Obama as a pirate. Adorbs. […]

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SEAS ’14 just can’t seem to get this election thing down. Lots has happened with regards to the 2014 ESC Council these past few days, and we provide a brief summary: While Kathy Sun did beat out Akshay Shah for President of SEAS ’14 last Wednesday, she did not actually win the popular vote. In […]

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Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann attended last night’s abbreviated ESC meeting.  Blue Elephant – noun, a variation on the common white elephant gift exchange, in which player can either unwrap a gift from a pile, or steal a gift someone else has unwrapped. It also was the main feature in yesterday’s ESC meeting. While […]

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Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann attended last night’s ESC meeting. Swipe Access died; revelations about Ferris Booth and JJs were unearthed. Swipe access is dead, long live swipe access: During the last night’s ESC meeting, President Peter Valeiras announced that SGA, Barnard’s student council, had decided after meeting with the administration to stop pursuing […]

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Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann attended last night’s ESC meeting. Resolutions about exams were passed, gender-blind housing might be on the way, and everyone agreed to learn about the importance of BBQ safety. “I danced DDR like I was in a lactation lounge,” said one ESC class council member. To which his female colleague […]

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 Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann reports from last night’s ESC meeting. At last night ESC meeting, many changes were afoot within the ESC you know and love. Even though CourseWorks is maybe probably on the outs, the Council’s Director of Technology Kenny Rivera is developing a CourseWorks application for the iPhone—to better check that […]

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Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann attended tonight’s ESC meeting. Exciting changes to your Internet are afoot! The ESC meeting this week was dominated by two website presentations. CUIT previewed the “Next Gen CourseWorks” named Sakai, while two sophomores previewed their new website, which aims to be a replacement for CULPA and Columbia’s own […]

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Bwog’s Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann actually sat through the Night of 1,000 Speeches, or ESC’s 2012 candidate forum. His report, and some admittedly sub-par cameraphone pictures, follow.   Gimmicks and costumes dominated the Engineering Student Council forum today, as each of the first year candidates concluded their campaigns with formal speeches. This year’s […]

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Every year, an ESC meeting answers all the questions. All the mysterious post-meeting activities, all the jokes that made no sense, and all the surreptitious eye contact – each explained by one ultimate meeting. Well, I probably missed it, because last night’s wasn’t the one. And it was the last meeting of the semester. Shit. Nevertheless, I could […]

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ESC, etc.: The Food Edition

More news from the Fu Foundation from Bureau Chief Tony Gong.  Featuring colorful commentary and discussions about food! I love ESC. I’ll love ESC through impeachments, seven-hour meetings, and god knows how many viewings of Homeward Bound. But I love seeing The National perform for free in Roone Arledge just a little more. Nevertheless, at […]

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