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SGA Gets Pre-Professional

SGA tackled all things pre-professionalism this week, inviting AJ Aronstein and Nikki Youngblood-Giles from Beyond Barnard to come speak about everything their office has to offer.

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SGA Tackles Chartwells

Have some strong feelings about Barnard’s switch to Chartwells Dining Services? Join the club.

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SGA Talks About Sustainability

This week SGA met with Sustainability Director Sandra Goldmark to discuss sustainability efforts across campus.

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SGA Is Feelin’ And Doin’ Well

SGA tackled health and wellness, as well as Barnard’s new Feel Well, Do Well initiative with guests Mary Joan Murphy and Jessica Cannon from Barnard Primary Care. 

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SGA Speaks With President Beilock

Want to get to know President Beilock’s takes on the annual Leadership Assembly and more? You’ve come to the right place.

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SGA Tackles Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Have you heard? Barnard has a Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion now! Get all the latest info from Monday night’s SGA meeting all about the new role here.

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SGA Confronts Public Safety

Still confused by what exactly Public Safety is? Want to hear the tea on the Alexander McNab debacle from April 2019? Catch all the updates here.

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SGA Ends The Semester

Barnard’s SGA convened for their final spring meeting, and Barnard Bureau Chief Emerita Dassi Karp stepped in for one last time to cover the action.

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Barnard Will Have Free Laundry Next Year!

Barnard first-years, sophomores, and juniors, rejoice! You will no longer have to pay for laundry. Seniors, we’re sorry you won’t benefit. And prospies, take note—Barnard just got a lot better than wherever else you were thinking of going.

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SGA: Things Get Financial . . .

We all have to watch our spending as students but it turns out that the SGA puts even more thought into their budgets than we do! Staff Writer Liv Nelson reports.

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SGA Results Are Here!

Student Government Association? More like Super Garage Aardvark!

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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

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SGA Learns How To Intimidate Barnard Administration

SGA Candidates Forum is tonight, April 9, at 8 pm on the second floor of Diana! This is your chance to enjoy some free Pinkberry and to inform yourself of all the candidates’ platforms before the election on Wednesday, April 10. Bureau Chief Leena Chen will likely be found in a corner, nursing her cup […]

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SGA Pops The Columbia Bubble

With only a month left until the end of spring semester, SGA spoke to Barnard Alumnae about life after graduation and outside of the Columbia Bubble. Bureau Chief Leena Chen reported on the meeting.

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SGA Gets Destroyed By Facts And Logic From DAD

Last night, SGA returned to campus after spring break to take a close look at the feedback and concerns voiced by Desserts After Dark (DAD). Bureau Chief Leena Chen reports on the event.

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