New year, new politicians. On Thursday, CCSC and SGA announced the final results of first-year elections.
As Barnard's class of 2010 groans about its indoor Class Day arrangements, administrators and student council members anticipate a forum to discuss the matter.
Happy new year, JTS—grant money will be used to foster Jewish education
Previously, students and faculty had to take a circuitous path through Barnard’s underground tunnels to reach Milbank, which was partitioned off due to the construction of Barnard’s new student center—The Diana nee Nexus. Barnard wanderers can now walk beside the Diana’s orange-tinted glass in a straight shot to Milbank classrooms.
While Columbia College Student Council did not pass more than a handful of measures this year, outgoing president George Krebs, CC ’09, said that he was proud of the “wide breadth” of issues the council had the opportunity to address, and that he chalked up a largely smooth year to the council’s ability to dodge controversy.
WEB EXCLUSIVE 3:45 p.m. The General Studies Student Council Judicial Committee announced in an e-mail to candidates today that three of the positions results had been annulled and will remain open to all for a fall race.
WEB EXCLUSIVE. Ten Democrats attended Manhattan District Attorney candidate Leslie Crocker Snyder’s fundraiser at the Empire Hotel in Midtown on Tuesday night.
WEB EXCLUSIVE.In between sparkling cider and some tears, Barnard's Student Government Association convened its final meeting of the academic year as the council said goodbye to its graduating members.
WEB EXCLUSIVE. Hip-hop music converged with spirituality on Tuesday night at Union Theological Seminary.
Though nuns are typically known for black and white habits, a local convent is now making a move to go green.
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