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SGA met again in the cozy, if bright, room of Diana 502, eager and ready to ask tough questions of their administrative guest, Linda Bell. There, once again, Diana Bureau Chief Madeleine Ball watched and listened, as stoic as a Stark in the godswood. This week, SGA began their meeting by excitedly welcoming Barnard’s provost, […]

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This just in from Sarah Ngu, who followed the exhaustive debate at the Senate’s plenary session this afternoon. However, the decision to recommend that the university’s schools implement public course evaluations does not mean they are mandated to release the evaluations. For the majority of the debate, which lasted an hour and a half, the […]

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This afternoon, at 1:15 pm in Jerome Green Hall, the Student Affairs Committee (SAC) will bring a ground-breaking resolution to the Senate floor: public course evaluations. Well… ground-breaking for Columbia. Resident Know-It-Most Sarah Ngu brings us up to speed on what this means and why it could be a BFD. Why don’t we already publicize online […]

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While calls for public course evaluations have been swirling around since at least January, members of the University Senate’s Student Affairs Committee are looking to finalize a resolution to present to the floor, according to Spec. A subcommittee will release a report assessing the current systems already in place at Columbia and other schools. Among the […]

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