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For those of you who don’t read your council presidents’ emails, there is a forum on NROTC tonight in Sulzberger Parlor (3rd floor of Barnard Hall) from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Both pro and con sides have chosen speakers to represent them in the forum, which will be moderated by SGA president Sarah Besnoff. […]

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Yesterday, we reported that at the ESC meeting, the GSSC liason said that Barnard was “seeking gender-blind housing.” According to SGA President Sarah Besnoff, Barnard is not actively seeking anything.  “SGA Rep Council as a whole has not formally passed any resolution about the topic, nor have we discussed the logistics.  However, SGA Rep Council […]

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Earlier today, we spoke to SGA President Sarah Besnoff, who explained that despite reports of Swipe Access’ imminence, in fact, a CCSC/SEAS survey on the issue is the next step in actually moving forward on this thing. According to CCSC VP of Policy Adil Ahmed, this survey will be sent out “shortly.” CCSC is currently […]

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