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The King’s Crown Leadership Excellence Awards are coveted by some, as they are given to “students which have offered outstanding leadership to their community/ies with exemplary commitment and energy.” The awards ceremony began tonight at 6:30 in Roone, and some of the students being recognized are wearing red tape on their wrists in solidarity with recent […]

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Every year, Student Affairs gives the King’s Crown Leadership Awards, which recognize CC and SEAS students for “outstanding leadership to their community/ies with exemplary commitment and energy”—or, as WikiCU puts it, students who “did a good job running a student group or did the administration’s bidding.” King’s Crown awards start with a nomination: although only […]

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The winners of the 2013 King’s Crown Leadership Excellence Awards were released by Student Affairs this week. Covering eight different categories, including “Columbia Spirit” and “Indelible Mark,” the King’s Crown awards seek “to recognize significant contributions of student organizations and CC/SEAS students to the Columbia community” (Student Affairs) or ” students who either did a good […]

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