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Ever wonder what goes on in the weekly mysterious CCSC meetings? Wonder no more, because we sent Maren Killackey on a magical mission to find out for you. Here’s a report: Because it’s not adult life if your parents still pay for your Blackberry… Dean of CCE Kavita Sharma along with Niamh O’Brien, CCE Undergraduate […]

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CCSC met last night, just as it does every Sunday. Pinch-hitter Conor Skelding sat in front. Yesterday night’s was a pleasantly and surprisingly short CCSC meeting (only about 45 minutes!). First off, class councils and senators gave their updates. Ryan Mandelbaum of 2013 boasted that Lerner Pub had went really well, and that they had […]

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Early Wednesday morning, the Student Space Initiative, a group that’s planning to renovate Lerner Piano Lounge and Broadway Room to create a new student lounge, had a “very, very good” meeting with Dean Valentini, Dean Shollenberger and Dean Martinez. The team, armed with a resolution by all the councils that support their initiative, came with […]

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