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ESC Cuts Meeting Short So We Can All Study For Midterms

Engineering Student Council met last night for a very brief meeting, hoping that all the council members could spend their valuable time on the midterms preceding Spring Break. Compared to the explosive and controversial CCSC meeting on Sunday, ESC focused on pushing through a few constitutional changes and a continuing resolution.

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GSSC Updates On Food And Housing Insecurity

In a lighting fast meeting, GSSC discussed allocation of funds, while also giving updates about the housing survey and Student Health Ambassadors. Big Boi Bwogger Andrew Chee presents the recap from GSSC.

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A Short Meeting Welcomes CCSC 2020

Due to the Jewish holiday, much of CCSC was not in attendance last night, so it was a rather quick meeting that welcomed the 2020 elected CCSC representatives. President Nicole Allicock started off the meeting by calling for updates. Class of 2018: They have obtained one-day Equinox passes for the class of 2018 beginning on […]

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