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Monday maven Nadra Rahman checked out last night’s CCSC meeting. Here she is, reporting from the Satow Room on food insecurity measures, fresh (Council) meat, and laser tag, despite being removed from the room twice for closed votes. The bulk of Sunday night’s meeting of the Columbia College Student Council (CCSC) focused on selecting new […]

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With the passing of student government elections, Bwog wanted to get a better sense of who would be each of the different colleges the following 2016-2017 year. Up next is the new CCSC Student Body President, Nicole Allicock.  A Brief Bio Nicole is a sophomore from DC and plans on majoring in Linguistics. She is in […]

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