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A couple weeks back, the Internet (i.e. IvyGate) blew up a list of this year’s Sachems, to much discussion of how much secrecy exactly is involved and needed. Chief of Staff Writers Julia Goodman tells you why, despite their philanthropy and goodwill, Columbia senior societies neither have nor need full secrecy. It’s been a few […]

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“By your deeds and not by your words shall you be known.” Or so reads the Sachems‘ website. Did we think to look for a website? Dammit, no. Frankly, we’re a bit over posting more lists of people who are trying to do cool things for Columbia—like to raise money for ambulances or scholarships, and […]

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Sachems Revealed

You know those two senior societies, the Sachems and the Nacoms, that “take the secrecy element very seriously“? Well IvyGate published a list of what it believes to be 14 of the 15 members of the 2014 Sachems. Members include the presidents of CCSC and ESC, the former managing editor of the Blue and White Anna Bahr, the […]

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