ProjectLever, a new website launched at the School of General Studies this month, will help students find grant opportunities and access faculty research.
General Studies Student Council
General Studies Student Council elected its chief finance representative, Daniel Desa, GS ’15 and, as its new vice president of finance last week.
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.
By the end of the fall, a General Studies flag will fly over Lewisohn Hall.
Columbia College Student Council successfully implemented the honor pledge for first-year and upperclass students—the only council to do so.
Facing off in the most competitive election in recent memory, the GSSC candidates stressed student outreach, but mostly stuck to campaign rhetoric instead of specific proposals.
The event was supposed to take place at Pier 60 in Chelsea on Nov. 2, but the venue was still flooded from the storm, and the Milvets have not set a new date or location.
The GSSC is changing is programming after examining the unique cross-section of full-time students who are also full-time professionals.
The unanimous approval of the councils and governing boards is the latest addition to the growing chorus of student concerns that CUArts has not been proactive in supporting students’ artistic endeavors.
The General Studies Student Council has stipulated that at least $15,000 from ticket sales for the ball must be recuperated and used to help pay for the gala.
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