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Besides the debates and elections surrounding USenate and the Student Councils, we are still having normal procedure of the current councils.  This week we pushed our dutiful Council Correspondent Joe Milholland to tell us everythang about new UEM policies, leave of absences, internships, and more.  At this Sunday night’s CCSC meeting, class of 2016 President […]

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Let the spin-doctoring begin: “It’s a victory for free speech and anti-racism.” Kind farewell to Lisa Anderson: “Being in SIPA next to the law school is like living in Mexico on the border of the U.S.” JTS decides to admit gays and lesbians. In other news, sky does not fall. SGB “combats social injustice” by…recognizing groups […]

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