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Well everybody, it’s voting time!  We just got the email that elections are up at 10 am this morning. The referendum will still require the President and VP of Policy to run together, but VP for Campus Life, VP for Finance, and VP for Communications will be voted on separately. At least 30% of the student […]

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Aaaaand after a student council weekend retreat and some meetings, CCSC has decided to hold a direct election to fill the USenate seat.  Democracy prevails!  Registration to run is here and the election should conclude by mid-October. Full press release from the CCSC Exec Board: The Executive Board of Columbia College Student Council will implement […]

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Today is the first day of voting for the freshmen class elections! If you’re a first year who wants the dining hall to be open forever, or for fruit punch drinking fountains to be installed, or for your advisors to be puppies, click here (for CC) or here (for SEAS). Hurry! Voting ends at 5pm on […]

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