Governing boards were allowed to have some veto power during this year's Funding at Columbia University process. Only the Activities Board at Columbia did not vote for the final allocations.
The Activities Board at Columbia presented its proposal to Barnard’s Student Governing Association on Monday night, just one week before the Funding at Columbia University process begins.
The clash is notable because both sides say they are trying to improve student life on campus by supporting student interaction through clubs or more hangout space.
The Activities Board at Columbia—which oversees cultural, performance, publication, and special-interest groups—elected representatives for next year’s board and recognized seven student groups on Tuesday.
Saketh Kalathur, CC ’13 and ABC president-elect, said he wanted to make the governing board that oversees performing arts groups, cultural groups, publications, and other special interest groups a more visible entity on campus.
Geophysicist Sean Solomon will take over as the next director of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, the University's Palisades, N.Y., research campus, on July 1.
The Policy and Planning Committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences is in the process of putting together the Educational Policy and Planning Committee, as recommended in 2009.
F@CU was the main topic of discussion at Sunday night’s Columbia College Student Council meeting, which was attended by many governing board members.
The Student Governing Board elected David Fine, CC ’13, as its president and voted to recognize seven groups, including the Student Wellness Project, on Tuesday.
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