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SGA Becomes Buds With Ombuds

On Monday night, the SGA Rep Council met for the first external meeting of the 2020-21 school year and heard from DeShaunta Johnson of the Ombuds office.

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SGA Learns What An Ombuds and a Provost Are

This Monday, SGA learned two new Scrabble words and heard from DeShaunta Johnson, Ph. D., of the Ombuds office and Provost Linda A. Bell.

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Sean Zimmerman reports. The Engineering Student Council held its inaugural meeting with the new, almost-uncontested freshman class council, as well as new University Senator Cherie Meyer.  Bathabile Mthombeni from Columbia’s Ombuds Office opened the meeting. Baffled readers might ponder what branch of Columbia’s bureaucratic web the “Office” represents — perhaps another dubiously named den of […]

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