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SGA’s Survey: Not Super Significant

Last night’s Barnard Student Government Association meeting was remarkable in its unnoteworthiness. In contrast with the last two weeks of excitement, SGA welcomed no guests, had no votes, and had no need to enforce order. The topic of discussion was the results of the recent Desserts After Dark survey, the bi-annual survey of the student […]

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The Barnard Housing Lottery, Explained

Barnard’s got a new housing lottery system, and everyone is shivering with antici…pation. SGA Bureau Chief Dassi Karp visited last night’s meeting to find out more – as in, what even is it?  Last night, Barnard’s Student Government Association welcomed Matt Kingston, Associate Director for Housing Operations, to talk about the college’s new housing lottery […]

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SGA Expands Outreach Efforts

Following the Thanksgiving break, Barnard Bwogger Dassi Karp is back with updates from the latest SGA meeting. This weeks focal point resolved around providing various support mechanisms for trans and gender-questioning individuals on campus. At this week’s Rep Council meeting, Barnard’s Student Government Association continued with its goal of reaching out to student groups and […]

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SGA Learns What Barnard Does With Our Money

Barnard Bwogger Dassi Karp covered this week’s SGA meeting which was rather interesting as it covered Barnard’s budget, expenditure and food insecurity.  It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for: the return of the administrative guests. This week, Barnard’s Student Government Association welcome Chief Operating Officer Robert Goldberg and VP Finance Eileen DiBenedetto to explain […]

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SGA Meets Mujeres

This week’s SGA met with Mujeres, furthering the notion that SGA is actually going to achieve stuff this semester and impressing our Barnard Bwogger Dassi Karp who covered the the range of issues presented at the meeting.  Barnard’s Student Government Association is really stepping up its game this semester, bringing in student groups or administrators every […]

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SGA Interfaces With Title IX

This week’s SGA meeting focused on what Barnard is doing to prevent sexual assault and make campus life safer for students. Bwogger Dassi Karp covered what Take Back the Night, SVR, and Title IX Coordinator Molree Williams-Lendor had to say about current safety concerns.  At this week’s meeting of Barnard’s Student Government Association, our Rep Council members continued […]

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SGA Listens To SWS And Is Very Polite About It

Interested in following what goes on in Barnard’s SGA, but don’t have time to go to the meetings? Every Tuesday, check out Bwog’s recap of Monday’s SGA meeting, penned by none other than Barnard Bearoness Dassi Karp. This week, Barnard’s SGA finally got down to business. At Monday night’s Rep Council meeting, they welcomed members […]

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SGA Begins The Year By Doing Nothing

SGA is back – complete with short meetings, free Pinkberry, and discussions that our Barnard Bearoness Dassi Karp will concisely cover, so that you don’t need to make your way to the Diana dining room on Monday nights yourself. After a long summer of waiting, Barnard’s Student Government Association is back! Except… your Bold Beautiful Bureaucrats […]

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SGA Is Good At Student Governing

Once again, SGA revealed its capacity to get things done. Despite starting late and running long, members at this week’s Rep Council meeting heard from two student groups, voted on election guidelines and endowment proposals, and–our favorite–discussed the most recent Desserts After Dark results. First, members of the Black, Latinx, and Indigenous Constituencies under the […]

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SGA Was More Productive Than You Were Last Night

This week’s SGA meeting focused on negotiations between the faculty union and administration with the strike deadline fast-approaching. Promotion of student health and the creation of new programs have been proposed with an emphasis on using preexisting resources that Columbia is currently underutilizing.  At last night’s SGA Rep Council meeting, our Barnard student leaders showed us what […]

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SGA: Barnard Faculty May Strike In the Near Future

Provost Linda Bell and Associate Provost Patricia Denison joined SGA last night to discuss Barnard’s most recent negotiations with the Barnard Contingent Faculty Union and to field student questions regarding the College’s proposals. Bell spoke frankly and openly to the Rep Council and the forty-some students assembled in support of the BCF-UAW. Bell began by […]

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SGA Looks To Life After Graduation And Sees A Listserv

This week, Barnard’s SGA welcomed not one, not two, but three administrative guests. This is by far (well, by one) the largest number of administrative guests at a single this meeting this year. So what happened at this star-studded meeting of the Rep Council? Read on to find out. Louise Hood, Associate Vice President and […]

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