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A spontaneous change of venue for the General Studies Student Council set staff writer Romane Thomas on a wild goose chase across campus, but she made it on time to give you all the details. Don’t miss all the website layout discussion ;) Last night, sporting a post spring break tan, the GSSC talked Gala, […]

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Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these student government officials from the swift completion of their appointed rounds. That means GSSC was meeting as soon as school restarted, planning out this next semester. Student government bureau chief Joe Milholland reports on what, exactly, these plans consist of. The first day of […]

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GS students are, despite their relatively greater age and “maturity,” college students just like the rest of us. They like to have fun, cause some amiable mischief, and create an all around friendly environment. That’s why Bwog student government liaison Joe Milholland was witness to a fun prank from them this week as well as discussion […]

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