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At last night’s SGA meeting, Barnard’s Rep Council was joined by administrative guests to talk about health. MJ Murphy, Executive Director of Health and Wellness; Jessica Cannon, Program Director for Health Promotion and Education; Mary Commerford, Director of Furman Counseling Center; and Carolyn Cobran, Office of Disability Services Director; shared their thoughts on the current […]

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After a free-tampon saga prompted by a Spec op-ed, Columbia College Student Council has announced new details regarding the program. There was a commotion after a student posted in the Columbia Class of 2017 group after Health Services refused to give them free tampons this fall. Last night, a source told Bwog that CCSC President Nicole […]

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Change is upon us, both in the weather and our bathrooms. After speaking out against Tampons and shitty toilet paper, we can finally put them behind us (literally). After communicating our concerns to the university, CCSC has announced: Regular and super tampons will be available for students to pick up starting after spring break at […]

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Upheaval, new faces, rap music, and fractions were what best characterized last night’s GSSC’s meeting, at least according to our resident Roone reporter, Romane Thomas. With a notable lack of alliteration, she breezily gives us all the deets. Yesterday night’s General Studies Student Council (GSSC) meeting turned theatrical when the student council moved from its normal meeting […]

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