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Would You Vote For This Candidate?

This week, voting is taking place for CC, SEAS, and BC student government positions for the class of 2019, as well as CC 2018 Class Council and Inclusion and Equity Representatives. You might already have been aware of this fact if you saw our post on the subject, or if you’ve, well, been in any […]

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Student Government Roundups: ESC and SGA

Bwog’s intrepid Student Government correspondents Caitlin Lynch and Mahrah Taufique report from last night’s proceedings, just before elections kicked off. SGA: The meeting focused on the issue of sororities: There is a possibility that Barnard girls won’t be allowed to participate in Greek recruitment during Spring 2011, because CC and SEAS have decided to fund only […]

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Do make it an issue. This story is far from done. Mr. Bollinger, the big free speech guy, is still (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
October 18, 2019
You still should make it an issue. Please remember Orgo Night. It's very much a free speech issue. Will the (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
October 18, 2019
Great. I trust the Marching Band and Columbia will evolve reasonably into the 2nd century of the band. I (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
October 18, 2019

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