CCSC, ESC, and GSSC presidents presented a letter on Thursday to the University Senate Libraries and Digital Resources Committee, asking that undergraduates be allowed into the business school library at all times.
Barnard students elected Julia Qian, BC ’15, president of their Student Government Association, in an election that saw a lower absolute and relative voter turnout compared to last year, despite the recent decision to allow seniors to vote.
A group of Columbia students are hoping to help high school students step into higher education.
Columbia Prison Divest is wrapping up a week of events called People, Prisons & Profit, which aimed to increase awareness for its divestment movement on campus.
Elections for next year’s Student Government Association—which include races for the council’s executive board, an open University Senate seat, class council, and various representative positions—get underway on Tuesday morning.
Four out of five members of the Columbia Elections Board voted on Sunday to include an “abstain” option that students can select while voting.
The vote comes after the General Studies Student Council approved a similar resolution for General Studies students during a meeting in March.
Jon Oringer, SEAS ’98 and the founder and CEO of Shutterstock, will be speaking at SEAS Class Day on May 19.
Candidates for the Barnard Student Government Association discussed their platforms on Thursday night ahead of next week’s elections.
Andrew Ren, CC ’15, will be docked eight votes by the election board after an investigation into a campaign-email rule violation in which he asked the Sigma Epsilon Phi president to forward an email.
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