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Howdy y’all! The last of the councils are rounded up, and the semester is coming to an end.

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The semester is winding down, but student government is still kicking! Read on for this week’s happenings.

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Life can be a bag of nails, so gitty-up and get informed with this Weekly Roundup!

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This week, ESC reviewed the draft of a proposal to the SEAS Committee on Instruction (COI) regarding this summer’s credit limit.

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On Tuesday night, GSSC met to discuss the graduate workers strike, tuition reduction, and teaching awards…and Bwog was mentioned once!

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Howdy y’all! The Councils have been rounded up (well, some of them…).

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Believe it or not, this semester is more than halfway over. Time flies (not). ESC is trying to alleviate some of your stress in these last few weeks. 

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ESC Says Farewell

ESC had their last meeting of the year, marking the end of the current councils terms. In a very short open meeting, they vote on resolutions and discuss a potential stance on grading for Fall 2020. ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports for the last time this school year.

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GSSC Bureau Chief Cole Gengos provides the essential details of this week’s GSSC meeting in this weekly update. Curious about the new Columbia health insurance plan? Excited about Naloxone training? Like reading about financial allocation? You’ve come to the right post…

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Spunky young GSSC Bureau Chief Zoe Sottile brings you the latest and greatest from General Studies Student Council. As always, GSSC meets at 8:15 pm on Tuesday nights in the Satow Room. This was the last GSSC General Body of the year! Lots of updates, lots of co-sponsorship requests, so little time. And, as usual, […]

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We’re back with our weekly ESC coverage! WikiCU is making a comeback, and despite what VP Communications Julia Joern said in meeting, we would like to state that it wasn’t Bwog’s fault that it’s been inactive–we just no longer had access to it due to a former tech guy not passing along the admin login. […]

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Monday mornings bring CCSC swarming—over issues of transparency, accountability, and passionate quotes. CCSC Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman reports. In last night’s meeting of the Columbia College Student Council (CCSC): deliberations over Joint Council Co-Sponsorships and Grant Opportunities (JCCC) funding, spontaneous and spirited debates over transparency, and the unyielding force of VP Finance Anuj Sharma. To […]

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Food insecurity became a big issue on campus back in 2015, but its prominence on the activism scene has since diminished–Senior Staff Writer Ross Chapman checked in on the progress of various student groups that have been working to combat hunger within the student body. 2015 was a year of hope for food insecurity on […]

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CCSC, ESC, and University Senator results are out. We’ll skip the fluff – here’s your new student council! Some big positions are listed here, and every position’s full election results are at the bottom of the post. CCSC Executive Board: President: Nicole Allicock (1U Party) VP of Policy: Abby Porter (1U Party) VP of Finance: Anuj Sharma (1U Party) VP of Communications: Josh […]

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The polls for CCSC and ESC officially opened today at 10 am. Be an active member in your college’s community and select who you think would best represent your class and school. Voting is online through LionLink, but do not sleep on this. Polls will only remain open until Wednesday, April 6th at 5:00PM. And remember, […]

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