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GSSC Bureau Chief Charlotte Slovin speaks with Shaun Abreu, Columbia College graduate and current candidate for City Council District 7.

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Managing Editor Eva Sher and SGA Bureau Chief Eliza Staples had the opportunity to sit down with Marti Cummings, one of the candidates running to represent District 7.

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New York was a state with 29 Congressional districts, which brought peace and prosperity to its citizens. On Monday, the 22nd and 9th were obliterated. It was all part of redistricting, a process that redraws the borders of Congressional districts every 10 years based on population changes and politics. Since New York lost population from […]

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Despite the rain, this sign was displayed prominently outside of Campo this evening, in order to coincide with the SGA Townhall meeting.

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