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Senior Wisdom: Vivek Ramakrishnan

Today, take a look at the senior wisdom of one half of everybody’s favorite CCSC satire campaign duo. We can’t promise you’ll get Freedom, Liberty, AND Freedom, but you will get an appropriately Wisconsinite answer to the oral sex or cheese question. Name, School, Major, Hometown: Vivek ‘Viv’ Ramakrishnan, Columbia College, Economics, Madison, Wisconsin Claim […]

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CCSC Descends Into Chaos Over Renaming The Sandwich Ambassador

It’s the end of the semester, and we’re all unraveling a little bit – stress about exams, end-of-semester projects, and those ever-looming course evaluations is really getting to us. It appears that CCSC might not be so different – a simple discussion about the Sandwich Ambassador nearly drove CCSC into chaos. But the council still […]

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CCSC Decides Not To Eliminate The Sandwich Ambassador

Last night’s CCSC meeting saw debate over extremely crucial student matters: whether or not to eliminate certain positions (including the ever-controversial Sandwich Ambassador.) Bureau Chief Joe Milholland covered the meeting, but if you want even more CCSC with your CCSC, you can view the stream of the meeting here. The Uneliminated Positions Despite heated debate, […]

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CCSC Debates What To Do With No Red Tape’s Proposal

Valiant bureau chief Joe Milholland once again reports from a CCSC meeting fraught with discussion of delicate issues. And, also, discussion of tampons and toilet paper. “It has been really frustrating to try to work with No Red Tape in good faith,” said CCSC’s VP of Policy Vivek Ramakrishanan about NRT and CCSC working together […]

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Overseen: We Missed You, Ben & Viv

Remember those fun emails we used to get from Ben & Viv, sometimes at 3 am? Or remember that time they tried to make a website? We miss the good ol’ days. But hark! CCSC has graced us with another Ben & Viv Classic, and we’re just tickled pink. Perhaps it was an effort to […]

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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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