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WBAR Concert Moved Inside

Due to inclement weather (boy does that sunshine seem long ago), the WBAR concert tomorrow (Friday) is being moved from the lawn to the Event Oval on LL1 of the Diana Center.  Doors open at 4:45 pm, show starts at 5 pm. On a similar vein, please note that security will be checking for CUIDs at […]

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What’s In the McKinsey Report?

Earlier this morning, The Eye published an article about shakeups in the upper echelons of the Columbia administration. The piece contained a couple of new nuggets in this seemingly never-ending story—including a summary of the infamous McKinsey report and changes to financial aid—but it can be difficult to keep track of everything that’s happened since […]

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ESC to hold Public E-Board Elections Next Year

Sean Zimmerman reports on last night’s ESC meeting. During their final constitutional review, the Engineering Student Council voted 17-7-3 (Yes-No-Abstain) to hold general E-Board elections next year. With this change, all positions on ESC, with the exception of Sustainability Liason and Director of Technology will be decided by a general election. VP Policy Heidi Ahmed […]

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