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Results Released: 2015 Quality Of Life Survey

The results of the 2015 Quality of Life Survey have just been released. The Chair of the University Senate’s Student Affairs Committee encourages students, in addition to reviewing the results, to take the Columbia Recreation Survey, which will affect Columbia Athletics and Dodge facilities. Read the full email from Marc Heinrich below: Dear fellow student, We write […]

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Quality Of Life Info Presented At USenate Plenary

Quality of Life Survey At Friday’s University Senate Plenary, four student senators – Marc Heinrich (Columbia College), Ramis Wadood (Columbia College), Emily Moore (SEAS Grad Students), and Grace Kelley (Nursing School) – gave an in-depth presentation on the quality of life survey sent out last year. General information has already been distributed by the Senate, […]

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PrezBo Talks Manhattanville And Global Reports At USenate

Feeling out of the loop on the campus scoop? Columbia’s Senate, accompanied by PrezBo, gathered yesterday to discuss upcoming projects here in MoHi and beyond (Global Reports!). Bwog’s trusted politics correspondent, Joe Milholland, is here to relay the info to you. “Manhattanville is, of course, the big thing,” said PrezBo at this Friday’s University Senate […]

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Here’s Your Quality Of Life Survey Drinking Game

So, Columbia’s second Quality of Life Survey is out. The subject matter is important – it’s a way for students to have a minuscule voice in the Hobbesian forces of the University of Columbia in the City of New York. But you know what’s even better than handing out statistics to the administration? Doing so while thoroughly buzzed! DISCLAIMER: Please drink […]

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CCSC Is Trying To Get Commuter Students Swipe Access

Commuter student wondering how your interests are represented? Budding pollster just buzzing for the next CU election? Just a good college citizen concerned for their community (enough to procrastinate the lecture your in with CCSC recaps on Bwog)? No matter who you are, we have you covered. Nate Silver’s second speed dial and special correspondent […]

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Sexual Respect, Possible Election Changes, And More From CCSC

Committed CCSC reporter Joe Milholland breaks down the four major themes that CCSC tackled during their two-hour weekly meeting last night. Sexual Respect Program Dean of Undergraduate Student Life Cristen Scully-Kromm, CSA Dean Monique Rinere, and professor Rogerio Pinto from the school of social work talked to the council. The Columbia administration is requiring all students, […]

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SGA: No But Really, Barnard Cares About Your Health

As the school year starts to wind-down (but more like wind-up, amirite???), we all need to take a little time to think about our health. Lucky for all of us, Monday’s SGA meeting was dedicated to discussing what Barnard does (and doesn’t do) to promote health on campus. Barnard Bearoness Lauren Beltrone reports. The meeting […]

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CCSC: What Are Those Student Reps For?

CCSC this week was all about transparency.  So we present to you this article in the most transparent way, with as little commentary as possible.  It was written by CCSC correspondent Joe Milholland.  At Sunday night’s Columbia College Student Council meeting, the council had a discussion about student representatives on academic committees, particularly the Committee […]

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USenate: PACSA, QoL and ASCRI

Yesterday’s University Senate plenary was packed with action and acronyms. We sent Low Lover Maud Rozee to observe. PrezBo missed the first half of the plenary because he was at an event congratulating donors on the success of the capital campaign. His absence stymied the “Questions for the President” part of the agenda, which is […]

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Columbia to Provide Gender Neutral Bathrooms in Lerner and Dorms

Update (3/27): Full list of buildings with gender neutral bathrooms under the jump. Assuming there are no major complications, Columbia plans to add gender neutral bathrooms to its list of summer renovations for Lerner Hall and more. This comes as a result of collaborations between student group GendeRevolution, various members of student government (including University […]

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USenate: Smoking and Quality of Life

Yesterday the University Senate met to discuss changes to the smoking policy and the upcoming quality of life survey. Senate sidekick Maud Rozee went to get the news. The Senate plenary started with a statement from PrezBo about how critical it is for the University to have the policies and values which view sexual assault […]

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USenate: PACSA to be Reviewed

Plenary Pal Maud Rozee attended the University Senate’s most recent plenary. It reminded her of The Simpson’s parody of the Star Wars prequels, because both involved boring senate meetings. If you came to this article looking for thrills, well, you should probably go outside and get a taco or something. Just a friendly warning. Unfortunately, […]

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