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Ladies and gentlemen, your CCSC President. Name, Hometown, School: Karishma Habbu, Atlanta, GA, Columbia College Claim to fame? Oddly the most visible thing I did as Columbia College Student Council President was harass you with a weekly email called Lion Bytes (Secret: those things took me 3 hrs each so I’m as glad as you are that […]

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Well, Teen Vogue. If you were impressed with your ability to change from pajamas into baggy sweatpants for (most of) the past three weeks, re-evaluate your wardrobe skills. The Columbia and Barnard students–including CCSC President Karishma Habbu–who got profiled by Teen Vogue this finals season managed not only to make themselves presentable, but what some […]

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CCSC met last night, just as it does every Sunday. Pinch-hitter Conor Skelding sat in front. Yesterday night’s was a pleasantly and surprisingly short CCSC meeting (only about 45 minutes!). First off, class councils and senators gave their updates. Ryan Mandelbaum of 2013 boasted that Lerner Pub had went really well, and that they had […]

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