Sarah Yee, CC ’16, was elected the 2016 class representative on Wednesday by 44.3 percent of sophomore class voters.
The five candidates for Ben Kornick's vacated class of 2016 representative seat sound off on the issues most important to them.
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.
The resolution presented at Sunday’s meeting aims to open up the election process, make it easier for candidates to run, and prevent the formation of member blocs during election time.
CCSC needs to revamp its election process for executive board to create fairer elections that draw more candidates.
It’s an unexpected move on behalf of the class of 2016 council—when Kornick’s resignation was made public Sunday, Ramis Wadood, the 2016 council president, said that the council was “leaning towards an indirect election” because of time constraints.
Updated 11:28 a.m. The resignation revealed deeper complaints expressed by Kornick and other members about CCSC operations.
The CCSC and ESC candidate mixer this weekend should draw more voices than the usual crowd.
The four student councils’ recently released video “Our Blue” lacks the depth of the Columbia experience.
A number of procedural changes to the way sexual assault investigations are conducted will be implemented before the end of the school year, University Senator Marc Heinrich, CC ’16, said at Sunday’s Columbia College Student Council meeting.
Mar 7, 3:12pm
The long-awaited town hall on sexual assault will be held in Jerome Green Hall, Room 103, on Thursday, March 13 at 5 p.m., said administrators in an email today to... Read More
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