Sue Yang

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Sue Yang

Sue Yang, CC '10, was the President of CCSC for 2009-2010. She won the CCSC election in April 2008 along with her Action Potential party in the only uncontested executive board race in recent history. Yang was also part of the Economics Society and the Undergraduate Recruitment Committee. She majored in MEALAC.

During her time as president, her council created the Gender-Neutral Housing Taskforce in conjunction with ESC President Whitney Green, which sought to remove the gender restriction on doubles in Columbia's residence halls. Yang also worked with then-ESC President Whitney Green on a proposal to the University Senate regarding changes to the academic calendar.

In 2008, Yang received the Van Am Prize and in 2010, the Charles M. Rolker Jr. Prize.

Preceded by
George Krebs
President of the CCSC 
Succeeded by
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