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CCSC Plans A Quality Of Bacchanal Survey

You’ll be glad to know what the most recent CCSC meeting was about, since Bacchanal remains the one thing that keeps you up at night, as you ponder over equality and fairness. Joe Milholland brings you the deets about that and more! Sunday night, the Columbia College Student Council decided to send out a poll to […]

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ESC: Congrats on Being a Functional Student Government

Bwogger Britt Fossum attended this week’s ESC meeting, which seemed to her like “a strange place.”  Want to know what happens when a Bwog writer and a bunch of engineers mix?  Read on (there’s a punchline in here somewhere). This week’s ESC meeting got off to an interesting start: Bwog got there about 10 minutes late […]

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USenate Plenary: Nothing New But NROTC

We’ve decided to pay more attention to USenate and what exactly they do, so as to be prepared for the upcoming election.  They had their big plenary meeting yesterday.  Senatorial summarizer Kevin Chen took notes. Les highlights: Per PrezBo, if this government shutdown goes on for more than a few weeks, the university is totally […]

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