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Disappearing Diana Furniture, Dodge gym becoming unsafe for women, an update on transgender rhetoric on campus, oh my! Gabbi Kloppers, SGA reporter, takes you inside another interesting SGA meeting. Here’s what you missed at SGA: A large part of the meeting was devoted to reflecting on the most recent Town Hall meeting, which was focused […]

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The University Senate will present their proposed revisions to the Rules of University Conduct, which govern free speech and protest on campus, in an Open Forum today from 4:00-6:00PM in Havemeyer 309. Today marks the last opportunity for members of the community to voice their concerns regarding the proposal before it is voted upon by the entire University Senate. Anyone with a CUID […]

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The University Senate will host the second town hall reviewing the Rules of University Conduct tomorrow on Monday, November 10 in Jerome Greene Hall 103 (Law school). Anyone with a CUID is welcome to attend. A transcript from the first town hall in October can be found here. An email from university senator Jared Odessky explains what’s at stake in […]

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The Student Affairs Committee Executive Committee has released a statement on Friday’s Rules of University Conduct Town Hall. The full statement can be found below: In response to the reports surrounding the Rules of University Conduct Town Hall yesterday, we wanted to provide an update to the community. Based on the the information that has been published, […]

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Update, October 19th: the U Senate SAC executive committee has found that no rules on confidentiality were broken, and there was no wrongdoing by any of the student senators on the committee. In a statement released today, they added: “We have spoken to Jared and Sejal, and we’re pleased to confirm that both will be […]

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The rules of protest and free speech are under review at Columbia, and today all students can make their voices heard at the First Rules Town Hall from 4-6 PM in Havemeyer 309. Time to speak up. This morning, hundreds of Hong Kong police raided a pro-democracy camp. About 800 officers infiltrated the protest zone […]

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Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. Take a study break from midterms to check out interesting guest lecturers and special events on campus! Our recommendations for this week are below and the full list is after the jump. If you notice any events that have been left off the list, or a […]

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***Trigger Warning: Discussion of sexual assault policy, and issues of sexual assault and gender-based sexual misconduct on campus.*** This afternoon, Taylor Grasdalen attended the Town Hall on Gender-Based Misconduct and Sexual Assault for Bwog. She reports on the administration, the students, and the newest concerns. Update: On May 8th, the University Senate released the event’s […]

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Update (12:01 am): The @CUSenate has released information about the town hall meeting.   See it below the jump. In a press release this afternoon, the Columbia College delegates to the University Senate gave an update on the work they and others have been doing concerning sexual assault policy and education at Columbia.  You can see the full […]

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Do you always whine like a baby when they announce the Bacchanal lineup? Well, this year you have a chance to have a say in who they bring. Bacchanal Town Hall tonight at 9PM in 602 Hamilton. Here are CCSC’s recommendations for the meeting: – Have contacts with an artist that would be perfect for the spring […]

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Bwog CCSC correspondent Maren Killackey stopped by Roone Arledge Cinema last night to check in on the doings of the committee searching for the next dean of Columbia College. Because it seemed, well, important. Despite the seemingly significant concern expressed regarding the selection of Columbia College’s new dean, attendance at the town hall held by […]

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Well, not exactly. But you can be some small part of the selection process! Tonight from 6 to 7:30 pm, the members of the Dean’s Search Committee will hold a Town Hall in Roone Arledge Cinema to get input from the student body about what they want to see in their new administrative leader. All […]

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Tonight, Earl Hall correspondents Bijan Samareh and Ella Quittner sat down with Columbia Chaplain Jewelnel Davis, Chaplain’s Council Chair Daniel Bonner, Chaplain’s Council member Aleq Abdullah, and SGB Chair Barry Weinberg after the second town hall meeting held to find out more about Columbia’s response to surveillance of Muslim student groups.  Two things were blatantly apparent […]

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Tonight’s Columbia University Town Hall will provide an opportunity for students to discuss issues relating to the recent NYPD surveillance of Muslim student organizations. The discoveries of police reports monitoring Muslim college students across the Northeast have been covered by Bwog and multiple news sources in the past few weeks. The Town Hall is scheduled […]

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From 8 till 10 pm tonight, CCSC will be hosting a town hall gripe-fest in Lerner’s Satow Room. The Facebook hype page for What’s Wrong, Columbia? asks you to hold your student government accountable for your happiness as a human (or something like that), and we advise that you take advantage of this opportunity to […]

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