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CCSC met for the first time in full last night and the wrap-up is brought to you by our cardinal CCSC correspondent, Joe Milholland.  Sunday night’s Columbia College Student Council meeting was the first with the Class of 2018 and the Sandwich Ambassador, so President Peter Bailinson asked all members to introduce themselves and say […]

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Last night, Bwog’s top student government celebrator Joe Milholland went to observe CCSC’s last meeting of the year. The Final CCSC Meeting of the year featured the traditional plate awards. The Awards: Zach Vargas Sullivan (2014 Class Representative) won “Most Real” Honorable Mention: “Most likely to scare the freshman” and “most likely to cut a […]

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