Housing is considering making students who have repeated room lock-outs meet with their graduate housing directors or associate directors to discuss the problems rather than pay a fee for key loans. The $20 fee for repeated key assists would stay in place.
Columbia College Student Council voted Sunday night to remove the requirement that executive board candidates must run as a party.
Student business groups are hoping that a $50,000 prize will foster a startup culture at Columbia and get students thinking about entrepreneurship opportunities.
Sarah Yee, CC ’16, was elected the 2016 class representative on Wednesday by 44.3 percent of sophomore class voters.
The lockout policy is currently under review after administrators and students noticed that a high number of students—an average of 1,600 per month—are forgetting their keys.
Colleagues and students remember Becker as an adventurous learner and an effective teacher. He was 53.
Five candidates are vying to fill the Columbia College Student Council Class of 2016 seat vacated by Benjamin Kornick, CC ’16.
The Columbia Elections Board may soon manage elections for the School of General Studies, from General Studies Student Council positions to GS’s University Senate seat.
CCSC Alumni Affairs Representative Daniel Liss, CC ’16, is working on ways for the University to distribute donated miles to students to help with financial hardship, emergency travel, studying abroad, or other University-related travel.
UPDATED: "It is very easy to release certain images without context, and we feel that this is only taking away from the real issue at hand," Chicano Caucus said in response to criticism of photos on its Facebook showing students posed with stereotypically Mexican-themed cutouts.
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