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This week’s original agenda included an update on GSSC’s statement of solidarity with SWC, an update on a possible renaming of Thorndike Hall, and a Lerner Pub event update.

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Happening in the World: Collapse of coalition talks within Germany has led to Chancellor Angela Merkel hinting at a potential election rather than work with a minority government. (The Guardian) Happening in the U.S: For a bit of doom and gloom before your holiday break, the Trump administration has decided not to renew Temporary Protected Status for […]

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Happy Wednesday! Last night, General Studies Student Council met to discuss puppies, Thanksgiving, and the New York Times, amongst other issues. Bwog GSSC Bureau Chiefs Romane Thomas & Jenny Nugent are here with the updates. The president started this week’s meeting with a policy update. GSSC, along with ESC, CCSC, and CEB, are currently working […]

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