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In a joint email from Columbia President Minouche Shafik and Provost Angela Olinto outlined the series of actions taken following the release of private text exchanges between Columbia deans. Currently, three staff members have been permanently removed from their positions while Dean Sorett maintains his role.

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Daniel Zarrilli, the NYC Mayor Office’s former Chief Climate Policy Advisor, has joined Columbia as the first Chief Climate and Sustainability Officer to help push the University toward its sustainability efforts outlined in Plan 2030.

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Columbia Senior Executive Vice President Gerry Rosberg is retiring after eight years of service at the University.

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Columbia administrators’ leaked text conversations during an antisemitism panel leads to investigation from University as they get placed on leave, sparking rage from some on antisemitic speech.

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Only 15 of the 46 individuals arrested for the occupation of Hamilton Hall face charges. The other 31 individuals’ charges were dropped on the basis of lack of evidence. 

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Starting Monday, June 17, public access to the Morningside campus will be restored between the hours of 7 am and 5 pm, as announced by Chief Operating Officer Cas Holloway.

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Over the summer, Barnard expects to experience new structural changes of various administrative offices, as well as senior staff member turnover. 

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A lawsuit settlement between a Jewish Columbia student and Columbia stipulated that the University will provide greater public safety measures and academic accommodations.

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At the 2024 Columbia Reunion, Palestinian students initiated a “Revolt for Rafah” encampment on West Butler Lawn, the third encampment in the past two months.

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On May 16, the Task Force on Antisemitism published an op-ed in the Spectator addressing results from listening sessions held over the past academic year. In response, Columbia professor and producer James Schamus published an op-ed in Mondoweiss, condemning the Task Force. 

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In the wake of a canceled Commencement, Columbia Class Days were rife with protest. Meanwhile, a non-affiliated People’s Graduation took place. Editor’s warning: Mentions of sexual violence

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Columbia College and the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences announced their valedictorians and salutatorians. Kathy Fang was chosen as the CC valedictorian and Mrinanlini Sisodia Wadhwa was chosen as the CC salutatorian. For SEAS, Andrei Coman was chosen as valedictorian and Tina Liu as salutatorian.

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Students protested at convocation ceremonies held today on Sunday, May 12.

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Several controversial events occurring during Columbia President Minouche Shafik’s tenure as Director at the London School of Economics and Political Science have resurfaced amidst the student demonstrations taking place at Columbia. Editor’s warning: Descriptions of sexual misconduct and white supremacy

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On May 8, a group of over 600 Jewish students published an open letter, affirming their support for Zionism and Israel and denouncing antisemitism.

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Certainly feels like “we’re back b—-es” should not be the visible slogan for the revitalized encampment, especially if we want (read more)
Palestinian Students Launch “Revolt For Rafah” Encampment Amidst 2024 Columbia Reunion
June 1, 2024
Certainly feels like “We’re back bitches” is not the slogan we should be using if we want to decenter ourselves (read more)
Palestinian Students Launch “Revolt For Rafah” Encampment Amidst 2024 Columbia Reunion
June 1, 2024
How the fuck was this asshole not deported as of Jan 7, 2021. (read more)
Gavin McInnes, Founder Of The Proud Boys, Seen On Columbia’s Campus On Wednesday
May 30, 2024
She is an icon, she is a legend, and she IS the moment. Barnard, my life, and all of NYC (read more)
Senior Wisdom: Paulina
May 30, 2024

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