Meeting Recap 9-21-14

Updates 2015 Class Council Lerner pub was successful—expecting the next one to be October 2 Senior week: applications were put out (committee is comprised of one representative from four undergraduate schools) They also put out a second form for people who aren’t interested in being on the committee but still have ideas about Senior Week Conversation with Columbia College Alumni Association (CCAA) about getting a senior gift for Columbia College [&hellip

Meeting Recap 9-7-14

Introductions President Peter Bailinson gave a welcome to council. He said that he thinks that this will be a good year for council, and that he’s looking forward to it. Then, all four undergrad student council presidents introduced themselves President of Engineering Student Council (ESC) Brian Wu said that there are similar initiatives on both CCSC’s and ESC’s agendas, including more student space in NOCO. He also discussed SEAS-specific initiatives [&hellip

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Academic Committee Applications

APPLY NOW to be a Student Representative to the Committee on the Core (CoC), the Committee on the Global Core (CoGC), or the Committee on Science Instruction (CoSI)! Applications are due at NOON, MONDAY Sept. 8th.For the first time ever, students are going to be represented on CoGC and CoSI. These academic committees oversee the Core Curriculum and science classes at Columbia. If you have any thoughts about the LitHum or [&hellip

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Passport to Columbia

Passport to Columbia is an annual showcase of Columbia students groups hosted by Columbia College Student Council (CCSC) and Engineering Student Council (ESC). This year, we will be hosting over 20 student groups that will be performing and providing FREE food for students! When: Sunday, September 7th from 8:00-11:00 p.m.           Doors open at 8:00PM, performances start at 8:30PM Where: Roone Arledge Auditorium Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events

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CCSC Town Hall

Join your 2015, 2016, and 2017 Class Councils and the CCSC Executive Board for a Town Hall this Monday, September 8! Council members will be there to talk about event programming, policy ideas, space issues on campus, and any questions or concerns you might have. It will be held in the Lerner Cinema from 6:00 to 10:30 p.m. There will be snacks and drinks at the event. Schedule: Junior Class [&hellip

Meeting Recap 3-9

E-Board Election Changes The referendum results came back, and although only 18% of the student body had voted, 91% of those voting approved the resolution to allow candidates for Vice Presidents for Campus Life, Finance, and Communications to run independently. CCSC first took a vote to determine whether or not council wanted to vote on the resolution tonight. The vote passed, 25-0-0. (One member was in the bathroom for the [&hellip

Meeting Recap 3-2

Updates Campus Life Successful Bagelpalooza Oscar Event tonight in John Jay Lounge. 6:30PM. Communications Met with Dean Valentini’s communications team to discuss sending out a survey to all CC students about the communications they receive (i.e. email from CCE, CSA, Summer Ecosystems) and looking to see if there are better ways to send out this information. Meeting with the Archivist this week to look at photographs for the display cases. [&hellip

Meeting Recap 2-23

Updates President Performed peer institution on the average courseload with Mythbusters team Met with Briana to talk about further ideas for CLC including Oscars-watching event, comedy night, hypnotists, Dine en Blanc, and College Days Met with Honey Sue Fishman (Lerner administrator) about approval for Our Blue decorations/mascot/logo, Lerner charging station, Lerner Study Hall, and t-shirt swap Met with 292 (SPG) with Loxley to flesh out their gallery idea; may connect [&hellip

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CCSC Co-Sponsorship Application

The Columbia College Student Council has a compelling interest in seeing both recognized and unrecognized student groups on campus succeed. To support the efforts of student leaders and their respective organizations, The CCSC Co-Sponsorship Fund was created by the Columbia College Student Council in March 2014. The purpose of the fund is to financially support unrecognized student groups with allocation resources in their efforts to create and maintain on- and [&hellip

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DeStressAthon

On February 20th, 2014, the 2016 Columbia College Student Council and 2016 Engineering Student Council hosted the DeStressathon, aimed to counter stress on campus with with real, tangible solutions. The purpose of this event was to provide students with immediate and long term methods of combatting stress in the form of an expert guest, study snacks as well as Alice! sleep packs and Stressbuster back rubs. We attempted to attract [&hellip

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