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Earlier today, Columbia College Class of 2019 President Josh Schenk announced the winner of the CCSC 2019 Representative run-off. Alex Cedar, from the party Pantone 292.0 won with 57.1% of the vote; he was trailed by Poorvi Bellur of the Upgrade party, who won 42.01% of the vote. The two were separated by 51 votes. The […]

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Despite the erratic progression of this year’s student council elections process, Bwog believes we have finally reached a time of peace. In this calm before tomorrow’s 10AM election storm, we would like to take the time to endorse both Jay Rappaport, CC ’18, and Josh Schenk, CC ’19, for the two open Columbia College University Senator positions. After many discussions with […]

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Josh Schenk, President of the Columbia College class of 2019, has already made a name for himself on campus after securing air conditioning in most undergraduate residence hall lounges. Now that Schenk is nearing the end of his term, Bwogger Sasha Mutchnik sat down with the prez to hear his reflections and his plans for […]

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