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Students Who Protested in EVP Goldberg’s Class Receive Disciplinary Email

Students of Columbia who walked in on Suzanne Goldberg’s class earlier this month to protest received a disciplinary email Monday from a member of the faculty named Melissa Begg. In the email, the students were told they must attend a meeting with Ms. Begg in her role as “temporary rules administrator.” Students are under threat […]

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President Bollinger Discussed Manhattanville, DACA At Fireside Chat

We got to chill with PrezBo last night while he talked to students and answered questions at the Fireside Chat. Alma Bwogger Rachel Deal was there to tell you what he said and to get a pic with the man of the hour (who, as always, was squinting in the photo). Last night, President Bollinger […]

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Court To Hear Oral Arguments In Columbia Title IX Lawsuit

Editor’s Note: This article describes and discusses details of sexual assault. All documents provided are Public Domain and come from the docket of the Southern District Court of New York. According to the docket of the Southern District Court of New York, Defendant Columbia University and Plaintiff Amelia Roskin-Frazee will voice their oral arguments on August […]

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Student Files Lawsuit Against University For Alleged Title IX Violations

Editor’s note: This article discusses and describes details of sexual assault. Amelia Roskin-Frazee, CC ’19, has filed a lawsuit against the University alleging Title IX violations. In a press conference this morning, she and her lawyer, Alex Zalkin, described Columbia’s inaction and mishandling of a Gender-Based Misconduct complaint she filed last year. Roskin-Frazee alleges she was raped twice in her […]

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BSO Members Criticize CCSC’s Race And Diversity Proposal To Deantini

Another week. Another CCSC meeting. Another discussion of the Five Things for Deantini. Another student group criticizing CCSC for not accurately representing the needs of the student body. And another account of the meeting’s events from indubitable bureau chief Joe Milholland. On Sunday night’s general body meeting for the Columbia College Student Council (CCSC), members […]

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No Red Tape Meets With CCSC

The discussion got a bit heated (dare we say, to red?) when a representative from No Red Tape met with CCSC at their meeting last night. Luckily, Bwog writer Joe Milholland was, as always, on the scene to report details of the discussion. “Our experience so far with the administration has been consistent with previous […]

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What Can Deantini Do For You?

CCSC got down to business at last night’s meeting, formulating what specific requests they would send to Deantini after the results of the recent survey were examined. Joe Milholland, from behind a cup of Starbucks coffee, reports on what CCSC eventually decided were the most pertinent issues. They’ll be easy to guess if you’ve read our […]

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From the Issue: Dawn of an Office

See the Varsity Show and dying to know more about Suzanne Goldberg? Check out The Blue and White’s investigation into the Office of University Life, written by Literary Editor Virginia Fu, CC ’17. On April 13, Suzanne Goldberg, three months into her new role at the head of the Office of University Life, gave the keynote address […]

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CCSC Preps For Election Changes, Fellowship Proposals, Dean’s Discipline Discussions

Let’s get down to CCSC business, courtesy of Joe Milholland.  The Columbia College Student Council on Sunday night mostly performed prep work for projects they will go further on in the future. CCSC President Peter Bailinson is going to give a presentation to the Office of Global Programs soon about fellowships and gave the council […]

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The Rules Of Conduct And Their Future Discussed At USenate

It can be tough to keep up with politics, between the national stage, the local stage, the crazy beauty pageant that is 2016, and the USenate. Fortunately, CCSC bureau chief, and Obama’s most secret staffer (because why not?), Joseph Milholland has at least the last covered, with notes and commentary from the latest meeting. At the […]

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Suzanne Goldberg Appointed Executive Vice President For University Life

Previously both a Law School professor and founder and director of the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law,  as well as President Bollinger’s Special Advisor on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, Professor Suzanne Goldberg is taking on a brand new role as Executive Vice President for University Life. She will retain her Law School positions, […]

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CCSC Members Give Their Next Steps On Sexual Assault Policy

The lowdown of last night’s CCSC meeting brought to you by Bwog’s student-government-savvy Joe Milholland.  At Sunday night’s Columbia College Student Council meeting, VP of Policy Sejal Singh and VP of Communications Abby Porter gave updates on the sexual assault policy. They went over what has happened so far – the change in the policy […]

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