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The ESC meets every week. Notorious newsperson Aria Sharma writes about it for us every week.  Tonight’s ESC meeting was fast-paced with updates rolling nonstop. The Dean Search Town Hall was on Monday at 4pm. Twenty-five students showed up, out of which 23 were undergraduate students. ESC welcomed a new web master, Robert Ying (SEAS […]

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This week’s ESC meeting was supposedly dull and marked by low temperatures; however, there are some exciting events to look forward to. Political pressperson Aria Sharma reports:  Come to TEDx Columbia Engineering on Friday, October 19th. There will be two sessions (from 1:30-3:00pm and 4:00-5:30pm), both of which are entirely free! Awesome speakers include: Michael Massimino—a […]

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