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When Barnard students return next semester, they will all be on a mandated meal plan, a departure from the current policy, which only requires first-years and residents of certain dorms to buy a meal plan.
As Barnard involvement in Greek life grows, the pressure is on Student Government Association to decide whether or not to formally recognize sororities.
The Student Leaders Forum is a recent addition to Columbia’s World Leaders Forum tradition, which brings international figures to Morningside for speeches and panels.
Barnard's Student Government Association may not officially recognize Greek organizations at Columbia, but they do provide financial support.
Barnard's Student Government Association discussed the results of focus groups that examined students' experience of Greek life.
Since SGA shut down the latest proposal for recognition, the IGC has begun to explore potential courses of action, including possibly capping Barnard participation in sororities.
Andy Kim will replace Roxanne Unger as 2011 representative, the CCSC decided Sunday night. Kim had campaigned on the After Party ticket, but had not been elected the first time around.
On Wednesday night, the Facebook group Petition to Change Columbia University Winter Break Calendar sent a message to its more than 2,000 members to urge further protests.
Some SIPA students say that the choice of Vikram Pandit, CEO of Citigroup and University trustee, is inappropriate for a school that focuses on public policy.
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