The General Studies Student Council announced the results of the spring 2019 elections Thursday morning. Less than 20 percent of General Studies students voted, while nearly half of positions had one or no candidate....
Updated on February 27 at 2:57 p.m.
During the first ever Campus Hunger Awareness Week, the Food Pantry at Columbia hosted discussions about food insecurity on campus, provided students with resources to apply for food stamps, and called for greater attention to food insecurity relief through student-led activities and discussions....
At the risk of stating the obvious, I think it’s important to highlight that Columbia’s three undergraduate schools are equal. Or at least they’re meant to be. And yet too many things that we students at the School of General Studies do involve forced extra steps and effectively closed doors. Because of something as banal as swipe access, we are excluded from integral parts of student life and services on campus that can help us flourish and make us happy....
The General Studies Student Council announced the results of the spring 2018 elections Thursday afternoon.
Columbia College Student Council unrolled a pilot program for faculty-student advising that began at the end of last semester—a program that a majority of students have not utilized consistently, if at all....
Candidates for the General Studies Student Council spoke about their platforms, highlighting issues of financial accessibility, GS integration, and student body engagement, and answered questions to a full audience at the candidate debate on Tuesday....
The General Studies Student Council appointed all the members of the newly-formed GS Elections Commission at its general body meeting on Tuesday.