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ESC: CAVA O’Clock

Sean Zimmerman reports from last night’s Engineering Student Council meeting. At the ESC meeting last night, CAVA’s push for new office space was the order of the day. ESC heard CAVA’s proposal for new space in Broadway Hall, and voted in favor of giving CAVA both Broadway 102 and Broadway 103. CAVA said after the […]

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Bwog Editorializes! There Are Way Too Many <i>Star Wars</i> Novels On This Campus

In today’s (admittedly bad-ass) Spec “University Space” supplement, an article on the lack of student group space pointed out: [T]he Science Fiction Society, for example, keeps its library of 20,000 novels in the Student Government Office on the fifth floor of Lerner. To recap: Ad Hoc, The Columbia Current, The Columbia Political Review, The Columbia […]

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