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The New York Criminal Course formally dismissed the case of Chad Washington, CC’15 and a Columbia football player, yesterday. Washington was charged with a hate crime after his alleged assault of an Asian classmate in May 2013, right before the football team received attention for tweets containing racial and homophobic slurs. Washington’s required 10 days of community service were […]

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