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This week’s meeting was short and consisted entirely of position updates.

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In a short but sweet meeting, GSSC’s agenda included Alumni Relations Survey, Snack Attacks Volunteers, and GSSC Retreat Survey.

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Tonight, Bwog’s GSSC Bureau Chief Alex Tang brings us updates from last night’s GSSC (General Studies Student Council) meeting, featuring attendees in costumes and lots of free candy.  Last night, GSSC held a festive Halloween-themed town hall meeting, which included GSSC officers and some audience members in Halloween costumes. The lively cast of characters at this meeting […]

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GSSC Is Back!

GSSC became the first student council to convene in 2017 last night with a short, sweet, and informative meeting. Romane Thomas and Jennifer Nugent were in attendance as always, to provide you with the highlights. Last night, General Studies Student Council met for a total of 18 minutes for a welcome back meeting that unfolded […]

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Next up in our series of Senior Wisdoms is Ankit Shah, who got through high school and college in a combined 6.5 years. At this rate, he’ll be able to retire before he’s 30! Name, School, Major, Hometown: Ankit Shah, SEAS, IEOR, Biloxi, Mississippi. Claim to fame: The senior who couldn’t get into senior night. […]

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With the weekend wrapping up, we bring you a Senior Wisdom from Hari Nef to give you something to procrastinate with in Butler. Name, School, Major, Hometown: Hari Nef, Columbia College, Drama & Theater Arts (Acting Concentration), Newton, MA Claim to fame: Fun and trans! Where are you going? Rehearsal… What are 3 things you learned at Columbia and would like […]

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Sean Zimmermann reports from last night’s ESC meeting. The council has begun uploading agendas and council member attendance records to the ESC website. VP Communications Jim Huang explained that this will enable students to keep up with the council’s plans and allow students to check that their representatives are not slacking off. The council announced […]

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