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  • Student Governing Board
    with the Constitution Adjudicate disputes between groups review complaints received in writing and take disciplinary action when required Compile and distribute a set of By Laws governing group spending and administrative procedures Elections A full description of election procedures can be found in the SGB Constitution a summary of key rules quoted from Article III Section 3 of the Constitution is below All candidates must be members in good standing of a recognized group or be incumbents on the SGB Executive Board Only members of the incumbent Executive Board may run for the positions of Chair and Vice Chair unless none of the Board members pursue the positions The incumbent Chair shall not be an eligible candidate for the position of Chair Vice Chair or Treasurer Order of elections shall follow as first the election for Chair second that for Vice Chair third that for Treasurer fourth that for Secretary and finally the At Large election for Representatives Elections shall be drop down such that losing candidates for earlier positions may declare candidacy for the positions that follow The incumbent Executive Board should transfer responsibility to the Executive Board elect no latter than three weeks following the election History 1968 Protests SGB was founded on January 10th 1969 following the Columbia University protests of 1968 in order to meet student demands for a self governing student caucus and is the oldest of Columbia s governing boards Since its founding SGB has traditionally served as the guardian of free speech and students rights on campus and remains the only governing board comprising students from all four undergraduate schools Work under the Office of the University Chaplain With the revival of the Columbia College Student Council and Engineering Student Council in the 1980s SGB took on the role of overseer for the

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  • SOL
    in name language and of course leadership With the passing of the years the ebb and flow of the tides has come and gone and SOL is still here Every year brings a renewed opportunity for growth and change What is on the horizon now is the most exciting opportunity to be a part of an organization whose purpose is to make unity possible in a world of differences For

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/sol/history.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Disorientation Guide
    format 1 0 MB Extended and extra articles Up Against The Wall Motherfucker The Columbia Student Strike of 1968 Our Education Up in Smoke The War on Drugs on campus and off Where To Eat Vegetarian Dining in Morningside Heights and New York City When Class Is Cancelled Because It s Too Hot The Lack of Academic Integrity at Columbia 2000 Edition Download the 2000 Guide in PDF format 7

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cssn/disguide/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia University Greens
    Columbia University Greens About the Green Party Dump and Run Current Green Campaigns Links Email the Columbia Greens CUGreens columbia edu Webmaster Jonathan Levine

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cssn/greens/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Party for Choice Information Page
    DJ D A C aka Doug Corbitt of Miami and NYC old school hip hop funk soul DJ Odyssey remix of Fire just released by Afrika Bambaata on Liquid Sky Records spinning a mix of 80s new wave and soulful house DJ Jenifa Mayanja of Goddess Orchard Bar featured DJ at Body and Soul disco inspired house drum n bass trance DJ Receptor of the Boston based Technics hard house

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  • CSSN List Rules
    DO NOT use this list to respond to specific individuals If you have questions or disputes respond to the person who sent the announcement this is not a discussion list However if you feel an announcement merits discussion CSSN has a discussion mailing list as well To add yourself send an e mail to majordomo columbia edu with subscribe cssn chat in the body of the message You can then e mail the larger list to announce that you are beginning a discussion and urge others to add themselves as well DO NOT use this list to work out details of your own group s schedules and meeting times Do this among yourselves and e mail the final announcement to the list DO NOT use the list to ask questions regarding logistics of events or to announce that you have missed a meeting due to miscommunication Direct those queries to the specific individuals involved But please DO use this list for announcements of relevance to our diverse progressive community This includes event times meeting times articles petitions or generally useful or entertaining information such as quotations and links CSSN stands in solidarity with oppressed peoples everywhere The Palestinians are one

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  • Students for Environmental and Economic Justice | Home
    supposed to send out a reminder and I wrote it out in haikus because I was bored and trying to procrastinate and then for the next one I made it rhyme and we stuck with it describes Zak Accuardi SEAS 11 SEEJ is completely non hierarchical so all new members enter with just as much say as seasoned members That s consensus is really a way to make sure that

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/seej/main.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Students United for America - suA in the News
    and Radio Broadcasting Company October 26 2005 Newsday Justin Davidson Homefront Not at the Forefront Newsday January 27 2005 New York Times Barry Dan For a Future Soldier Life on a Liberal Campus can be a Battle New York Times April 2 2003 David W Chen On College Campuses Students See Military with New Set of Eyes New York Times November 26 2001 The Wall Street Journal s Op Ed

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