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Candidates discuss mental health, support for marginalized groups at CCSC debate
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Elections board departs from traditional rules enforcement, costing two ESC candidates seats

Had CEB penalized each member individually according to precedent, Back to the FUture candidates would have won two fewer seats on ESC.
Candidates discuss mental health, support for marginalized groups at CCSC debate

Voting for the CCSC elections will last from Monday until Wednesday evening.
Columbia Ballet Collaborative celebrates 10th anniversary with choreographic creations and revivals

“The energy during the first rehearsal was really quite incredible. It brought us right back to where we were maybe two, three, four, or five years ago for some of us.” —Margaret Cowie, SEAS ’14 and ’15
Photographer Phoebe Jones, BC'18, Through The Looking Glass

Though Phoebe Jones, BC '18, is the photo director for HOOT, Columbia’s only undergraduate fashion publication, she isn’t simply concerned with the glamorous world of editorial and fashion.
OP-ED: SGA Election Commission Poses Serious Conflict of Interest

"SGA needs to consider that the Election Commission in its current form is not the best option."
OP-ED: Columbia Queer Alliance sells out for Anti-Semitism

"CQA alienates a portion of LGBTQ members at Columbia, and thus does not represent all students of LGBTQ identity."
COLUMN: Getting to Know You

"I could say I know virtually anyone I’ve ever come into contact with or heard of. So what is it to actually know someone?"
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