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SEAS student Norris Pride passed away over the weekend, according to an email that Shih-Fu Chang, Dean of Columbia Engineering, sent to the Columbia community this morning.

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After a successful year of interim leadership of SEAS, Shih-Fu Chang has been named the next Dean of the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

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Dean Chang has announced that Sunita Williams, a former NASA astronaut and record breaker for achievements in space, will address SEAS undergraduates and graduates on Columbia Engineering’s Class Day.

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Interim Dean Shih-Fu Chang and Vice Dean for Undergraduate Programs Barclay Morrison sent an email detailing a new P/D/F policy for SEAS students.

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This afternoon, students from the CC and SEAS Class of 2025 were contacted by the Dean of Undergraduate Student Life and the Associate Dean of Multicultural Affairs in response to anti-Black comments made in a GroupMe chat. 

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The DEI commission shared their report directly with SEAS students today and asked for feedback regarding its content.

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President Lee Bollinger sent an email out earlier today announcing the appointment of Senior Executive Vice Dean Shih-Fu Chang as the new Interim Dean of SEAS.

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Dean Boyce announced that the keynote speech at the college’s class day will be given by Rocco Commisso, SEAS ‘71, in an email sent to Columbia Engineering students on Thursday afternoon.

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This week, ESC welcomed its new members and discussed transitions, time zones, events, and chips. Staff Writer Leora Schloss, self described “clueless CC student,” reports (and tries to understand engineers). 

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Today is a momentous day! Ok, not really, but it is the last day for SEAS and Barnard students to make certain changes to their schedules. Today, March 24, is the last day SEAS students can elect to Pass/D/Fail a class and is also the SEAS R-credit deadline and class withdrawal deadline. Get on those computers and […]

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Some of the best minds of the University came together for the weekly ESC meeting to discuss toilet paper. Okay, they discussed more than just that… staff writer Rachel will give you the info. Last night’s ESC meeting was concise and mainly consisted of announcements, with council members speaking on topics such as group adjudication, toilet […]

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Bwog staffer Rachel Deal brings you the latest and greatest from this week’s ESC meeting so you lazybones can stay in bed. You owe her one! Last night’s ESC meeting was a long one-with new council members from the Class of 2019 and extended discussions on improving the CSA and possible changes to Bacchanal, the […]

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Now that the semester is settling down, Bwog will begin regular coverage of ESC, CCSC, and SGA meetings. The new ESC Bureau Chief, Rachel Deal, covered Monday night’s meeting. Last evening, the Engineering Student Council’s first meeting of the semester took place, and President Caroline Park started the meeting off by emphasizing how excited she was to […]

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