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Wednesday, The Office of University of Life continued their speaker series on inequality and justice, “Awakening Our Democracy.” The panel, titled “One Nation Under Guns?” featured a variety of speakers across occupations and the political spectrum. Talking about gun control is hard; doing a write up for five speakers with different opinions is harder. Staff Writer […]

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You looking for SGA news? We got it! Barnard Bureau Chief Dassi Karp went to Barnard’s Student Government Association Representative Council meeting last night, and she really did her best to pay attention the whole time. Read on to find out what (if anything) went down. We’ve made it. We’ve been trying not to get […]

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CCSC Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman is doing just fine! She did, however, attend a CCSC meeting. Last night’s efficient CCSC meeting began with a visit from a GS delegation, peaked with a semi-heated discussion about gun control and precedent, and concluded with a plea for release. Most significantly, the body voted to sign on to […]

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