The four undergraduate student councils will launch the “Our Blue” campaign in early December to foster community spirit across Columbia.
Columbia College Student Council
The Engineering Student Council voted unanimously on Monday to approve a new initiative that will provide five $1,000 grants to students interested in creating their own engineering projects.
Administrators and student leaders hope to take action to address what many students see as a lack of community on Columbia’s campus—but there are still many opinions on what those actions should be.
Council representatives and administrators plan to repurpose spaces in Lerner Hall to make it more of a student center.
In a reversal from last year’s policy that barred most undergraduates from using Watson Library during exams, undergraduate students will now have limited access to the library during the two-week midterm and final periods of each semester.
Marc Heinrich, CC ’16, has won the special election with 27.4 percent of the vote.
We remain skeptical of a merger between Columbia College Student Council and the Engineering Student Council.
Despite media attention on Columbia College Student Council’s vacant University Senate seat this week, many students view the election with apathy.
Columbia College’s University Senators and the president of Columbia College Student Council are standing by their decision to hold an indirect election to fill a vacant Columbia College senate seat.
The CCSC election saw a voter turnout of 40 percent, down from last year's 53 percent turnout, and the ESC election saw a 55 percent voter turnout, up from last year's 46 percent.
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