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CC 2019 Representative Runoff Election Results Announced

Earlier today, Columbia College Class of 2019 President Josh Schenk announced the winner of the CCSC 2019 Representative run-off. Alex Cedar, from the party Pantone 292.0 won with 57.1% of the vote; he was trailed by Poorvi Bellur of the Upgrade party, who won 42.01% of the vote. The two were separated by 51 votes. The […]

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CCSC & ESC Election Results Are In!

Elections for CC and SEAS first-year class councils, CCSC Inclusion and Equity Representative, and CCSC Class of 2018 Representative took place earlier this week, and the winners have been announced. See the official fall 2015 election results in handy PDF form below. Congratulations to the winners! 2019 CCSC President & Vice President Josh Schenk and […]

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CCSC And ESC Election Results Are In

40% of CC and 55% of SEAS first-year students turned out to vote for their respective student councils.  Full results (with percentages) can be found here.  Congratulations to the winners! 2017 CCSC President & Vice President Anuj Sharma & Chris Allison of Morningside Mojo 2017 CCSC Representatives Abby Porter Annette Finnegan of Morningside Mojo Sheila […]

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For Your Procrastinatory Pleasure

This semester, both Student Wellness Project and University Senate worked on some impressive studies of general student life across Columbia University.  Some of the results came out at the end of the semester and makes for good reading material for a “productive” study break. SWP looked at a variety of ways the community is hurting […]

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CCSC Election Results

You guys knew these already, which is why we haven’t posted them yet… We thought letting you forget about CCSC elections for a while would make them more exciting. Anyhow, congratulations again to all the newly elected members! Executive Board: It’s Always Sunny At Columbia (Daphne Chen, Briana Saddler, Bob Sun, Peter Bailinson, Noah Swartz) Senate: Jared […]

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Meet Your New ABC E-Board

Results are in! Stay tuned for elections results from CCSC, ESC and SGA today and tomorrow. President: Beezly Kiernan Vice President: Eric Rosenberg Treasurer: Brittany Ward Secretary: Justin Kim Update: Beezly Kiernan, who is currently running for the position of VP of Policy in the CCSC’s exec board elections, intends to resign from his position […]

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Second to One

It wasn’t exactly a nailbiter, but the final poll results are in: Bwog got stomped in US News’ poll for “Best Alternative Media Outlet,” coming in second to the Blogspot sensation Wesleying. Our pride, it’s hurting a little bit.  In their winner’s circle interview, Wesleying seemed a little disgruntled about how we initially pitched the […]

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