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This week, the Council met to discuss important updates on its advocacy for HEERF, the 2021–2022 tuition freeze, and a retroactive P/D/F option for the Summer 2020 semester.

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Tuesday’s GSSC meeting was short and sweet, but had a lot to share and celebrate in that little amount of time!

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Howdy y’all! The councils have been rounded up and looks like a week of classic government shenanigans across the board.

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The Council discusses elections for those who will run the 2021 Elections…not to be confusing…

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The Council heard from Officer nominees and others at Tuesday night’s meeting.

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The second GSSC meeting of the semester kicked off, as per usual, with President Jane Jeong (GS’22) by calling the meeting to order. Like last week’s meeting, it was a brief meeting. Council members discussed the upcoming senior-freshman mixer, to be held February 1st at 7pm. After a public comment by Bal Halperin (GS) regarding […]

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Howdy, y’all! Gather round for another update on what your favorite student councils did this week!

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Welcome back to GSSC coverage! This week, SGA Bureau Chief Eliza Staples is filling in for GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell.

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GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell gives you this week’s GSSC news, which includes the creation of a new General Studies Discord server that she can’t seem to stop thinking about. President Jane Jeong GS’22 began this week’s meeting with a few updates. First, Jeong announced the resignation of Ace Cook GS’21, who previously held the […]

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CCSC’s election results are the first in and largely favor CU on Houseparty!. This post will be updated to reflect the results of other student council elections as they are released.

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Yeehaw, y’all! Welcome to this week’s weekly roundup for student council, where Bureau Chiefs Adam Kluge (CCSC), Lori Luo (ESC), Eliza Staples (SGA), and Olivia Mitchell (GSSC) give you the cheat sheet on everything student council! 

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Staff writer Olivia Mitchell covers GSSC this week as they discuss the pilot program for the low-cost meal plan, the importance of the student wellness survey, and gender-based misconduct and discrimination on campus.

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GSSC meets one last time for the semester and wishes you well as you move from one successful academic season to the next! Check below for some important dates and events.

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Excited for the upcoming tree lighting? Have a passion for the intersection of beverage coasters and graphic design? This is your weekly GSSC update.

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