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Do you feel strongly about how Columbia handles mental illness? Are there ways in which you think it could change? The Columbia University Mental Health Task Force is holding an Open Forum tomorrow night (October 9) from 6-8pm in Lerner 477. Come and voice concerns, share experiences, and brainstorm ideas to make mental health services better. They will […]

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Instead of having its normal meeting this past Monday, SGA held an open forum for students to come and speak surrounding the issues of sexual assault and gender-based misconduct on campus. Bwogger Lauren Beltrone dutifully reports. At SGA’s last meeting, CU Dems presented a petition to make changes to the current sexual assault and gender-based […]

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