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GSSC spoke about elections, events, and anti-discrimination efforts during their last Council meeting of the year.

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This shit was two and a half hours long. GSSC Bureau Chief Andrew Chee provides the highlights of the elections, including some brief drama.

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Welcome back, GSSC! The General Studies Student Council is very much getting back into the swing of things, and this week involved a lot of position appointments. GSSC Bureau Chiefs Jennifer Nugent and Romane Thomas bring you through the whole new cast of characters. This week was eventful in the General Studies Student Council, as 14 […]

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Last night, the Columbia Elections Board ruled to disqualify General Studies Student Council University Senator candidate Jeffrey, GS ’18 from the race, effective immediately. This decision was a result of remarks made by Jeffrey at a debate yesterday afternoon. In Jeffrey’s introductory statement, he mentioned another candidate, Ramond Curtis: “I’m someone that’s really committed to making […]

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