Six student organizations will receive Capital Investment grants from the four undergraduate councils to purchase new equipment and supplies.
Undergraduate Student Councils
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.
The four undergraduate student councils plan to distribute $15,000 in Capital Investment grants to seven different student groups.
Student council leaders experience the same thing every year. I call it the “Blue Tape Trap.” Every branch of administration uses it.
The Columbia College Student Council’s decision this past Sunday to unveil a process for student surveys has caused controversy among many of the students and student groups on campus.
The complex relationships among the University’s four undergraduate schools have long been a source of both benefits and misunderstandings.
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