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Good samaritans and community crusaders assemble! The Barnard Community Service Fair will take place today from 11:30 am to 2pm in the Diana Center Event Oval. Stop by to sign up with one of the many service organizations that will be attending.

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CCSC: Unanimity!

Brian Wagner was on the scene. The meeting started with a brief update on the new space CUEMS had requested. GSSC and ESC voted to give them both Broadway 102 and 103, but ABC voted against CUEMS using either one of the rooms. Then, CCSC moved into the main business of the evening. Generally, meetings […]

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Brian Wagner keeps you informed! CCSC shook things up last night and started with a game of “Pat on the Back”! Sheets of construction paper, each labeled with a council member’s name, adorned the Satow room. CCSCers wrote compliments on their fellow members’ sheets and took their respective papers home after the meeting. Then shit […]

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