MENU CATEGORIES

Connect with us

Submit a Tip
MENU CATEGORIES
Posts Tagged with "sga elections"

SGA Representatives have the power to influence major aspects of student life, including by planning a myriad of beloved student events. However, when their elections come around, the bulk of the student body is nowhere to be found. Will this semester be different?

Read More

Congratulations to the new slate on SGA!

Read More

The results of the election for Barnard’s Student Government Association for 2020-2021 are in!

Read More
SGA

SGA Learns Who’s BOSS

Reminder to exercise your right to vote in SGA elections if you haven’t done so already! Voting takes place on myBarnard and is open until noon on Wednesday, April 17th. Make the suffragettes proud. #BoldBeautifulBarnard

Read More

Following the announcement of CCSC and ESC candidates a few weeks ago, SGA has released its list of candidates for the Spring 2018 elections (that’s Barnard’s Student Government Association for the uninitiated). There’s no telling what these people will do to get your vote— aside from the usual poster barrage, that is. The election will […]

Read More

After a slew of impressively professional Facebook photographs and extensive flyer-based marketing campaigns, we made it! CCSC, ESC, and SGA election results for first-years have arrived, and the below are the winners. The PDF at the end of post contains the full vote count for CCSC/ESC. Congratulations to the new leaders of the Columbia University Class of 2021! CCSC 2021 […]

Read More

Tired of responding to random people’s “Vote for Me!” Facebook events? You’re in luck; SGA voting is officially closed! After extending the voting period from Monday 3pm to midnight (because of a miscommunication with BCIT in which voting had been closed early), the official results have finally been counted and announced. Here’s the list of […]

Read More

The votes are in for Barnard’s student government! SGA’s election results can be viewed below. They had a 28% voter turnout, according to SGA.  The revised SGA constitution also passed. SGA President: Sara Heiny Vice President for Policy: Maya Edwards Vice President for Campus Life: Angela Beam Vice President for Communications: Margot Langstaff Vice President […]

Read More

Yesterday evening, the current Barnard SGA and Elections Commission announced the names (and all their UNIs, thank goodness) of the candidates running for this spring’s election. They formally encourage all to attend the Candidates’ Forum tonight from 6:00 to 8:00pm in the Ella Weed Room of Milbank. Be an informed voter! Go see what your potential […]

Read More

The results from the SGA elections are now in. While some candidates ran unopposed, other races were quite contentious. In particular, the race of SGA president became a forum on the role of Greek life at Barnard—candidate Aliza Hassine had supported SGA’s recognition of sororities two years ago, while her opponent Maddy Popkin co-wrote an […]

Read More

As voting for SGA Elections closes tomorrow, Bwog sent out a few questions to the candidates for SGA President, Madelyn Popkin and Aliza Hassine to help you decide who deserves your vote. You should also make sure to check out all contestant’s platforms on eBear. Remember, even uncontested candidates need a certain percentage of the […]

Read More

Results are in from the ESC, SGA, and CCSC elections.  Voting just ended at 5 today and here are the winners: CCSC Executive Board Karishma Habbu (President) Will Hughes (VP Policy) Jared Odessky (VP Communications) Daphne Chen (VP Finance) Yanyi Luo (VP Campus Life) ESC Executive Board Tim Qin (President) Bora Kim (VP Policy) Caroline […]

Read More

Have Your Say

Who’s your tree lighting date?

View Results

Loading ... Loading …

Recent Comments

wait why is this the greatest playlist ever. especially the last song… (read more)
A Playlist For The Fourth Floor Of Milstein
November 29, 2022
for science. the world needed to know (read more)
2Girls1Snack: Mentos And Coke
November 29, 2022
literally why (read more)
2Girls1Snack: Mentos And Coke
November 29, 2022

Comment Policy

The purpose of Bwog’s comment section is to facilitate honest and open discussion between members of the Columbia community. We encourage commenters to take advantage of—without abusing—the opportunity to engage in anonymous critical dialogue with other community members. A comment may be moderated if it contains:
  • A slur—defined as a pejorative derogatory phrase—based on ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, or spiritual belief
  • Hate speech
  • Unauthorized use of a person’s identity
  • Personal information about an individual
  • Baseless personal attacks on specific individuals
  • Spam or self-promotion
  • Copyright infringement
  • Libel
  • COVID-19 misinformation