It is the worst of times, and the most liminal of times. Reading week snuck up on us with a slap and here we are during finals: broken, disheartened, and yearning for summer (why is it still
SGA meets at 8 pm every Monday in Diana 2! Last night, to improve the sleep quality of meeting attendees who are in the middle of pre-break midterm season, SGA met in the cozy and dimly lit Altschul Atrium instead. Bureau Chief Leena Chen managed to stay awake long enough to report on the event.
Yesterday was Monday, and you know what that means: a play-by-play of SGA (and corny rhymes). This week, Columbia University’s Muslim Students Association and the up-and-coming Black Muslim Students Association (MANSA) talk problems—and solutions—with Barnard’s SGA. As usual, SGA opened with some announcements, including the First-Year Winter Formal on March 10th, the Capital Investment Fund […]
For the first time in a while, SGA had lots of substantive and contentious debate. Well, maybe not SUPER contentious, but better than usual. SGA Correspondent Raji Ganapathy reports on the resolutions and suggestions made by SGA yesterday. This week SGA clustered around a different square table than usual, on the first floor of Elliott Hall, […]