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    Student Empowerment Project vows to work for betterment of QC community

    As if rising out of thin air, The Student Empowerment Party gave Queens College students something that’s been absent in previous yearly elections: a choice. During last semester’s student government election, the current Student Association ultimately triumphed against SEP. But that did not deter SEP, now known as the Student Empowerment Project, from continuing its efforts to improve the QC community. According to the club’s vice president Liam Philip, a sophomore majoring in history and economics, the six-month active club “works as an auxiliary organizational body for other clubs on campus.” This includes, but is not limited to, helping with club advertisements, promoting co-sponsored events between clubs, and keeping students…