Elections for next year’s Student Government Association—which include races for the council’s executive board, an open University Senate seat, class council, and various representative positions—get underway on Tuesday morning.
Barnard seniors will be able to vote in the Student Government Association elections this year for the first time, thanks to a recent proposal approved at the start of this month.
Candidates for the Barnard Student Government Association discussed their platforms on Thursday night ahead of next week’s elections.
For the first time ever, Barnard’s commencement ceremony will be transcribed and translated into 57 languages online, but the students who led the initiative said they ran into administrative opposition in achieving their full plan.
Alison Herman gives an in-depth look at the changing tides of sexual assault policy on college campuses across the country, including Columbia's own.
SGA announced Tuesday evening that $32,000 will be given to a proposal to install railings on the roof of the Diana Center by Emma Goss, BC ’15, which would allow full-time access to the roof.
The four student councils’ recently released video “Our Blue” lacks the depth of the Columbia experience.
SGA is planning to install a mural in the lower level of the Diana Center, featuring scenes of student life. Four selected student artists will start painting in March.
In a town hall meeting at the Diana Center Event Oval, Barnard’s Student Government Association led small group discussions about the campus climate survey conducted in March 2013.
At the end of last semester, then-candidate for president of Columbia College Student Council, Daphne Chen, CC ’14, suggested a merger between CCSC and Engineering Student Council.
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