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Columbia has announced that it will recognize five honorary degree recipients at the two ceremonies for Commencement on May 15.

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Barnard College will be extending the deadline for declaring a class P/D/F as well as the ability to withdraw from a class for the Spring 2024 semester.

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On Tuesday evening, Barnard SGA posted a petition written by former Nightline staff members alleging discriminatory incidents in the workplace. SGA posted their own statement alongside the petition denouncing the alleged events. Nightline has responded to the allegations.

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The Transport Workers Union of America (TWU) expressed “outrage” concerning Barnard College President Rosenbury’s lack of redress for comments made by Barnard’s CARES Associate Director Rosemarie Ronde.

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Columbia University’s Task Force on Antisemitism’s first report includes an endorsement of the recently-established Interim University Policy for Safe Demonstrations, calling for its increased enforcement during active protests and follow-up consequences for its violation.

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On Sunday, Columbia University Apartheid Divest and Student Workers at Columbia announced Columbia College Student Council’s new resolution to boycott Israel-supporting companies and voted for a referendum concerning University divestment. The next day, Barnard College, School of General Studies, and the Columbia School of Social Work joined the referendum, with the Columbia Law School planning […]

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On Friday, February 23, the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) demanded that Columbia reinstate Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and BC/CU Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) by March 1. NYCLU plans to sue the University if their demands are not met.

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On Wednesday, February 21, the undergraduate student councils announced that the normal operations of annual event Glass House Rocks will be canceled.

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Barnard College instituted a new “Policy for Safe Campus Demonstrations,” effective February 19. The policy details the protocol for scheduling and holding demonstrations on campus.

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On Friday, February 2, protesters surrounded campus in support of Palestine and those affected by a previous protest’s alleged chemical attack. Heightened police presence and arrests increased tensions between participants and the NYPD. Editor’s note: Mentions of violence.

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On Tuesday, January 30, President Minouche Shafik announced that Cas Holloway will serve as Columbia University’s first Chief Operating Officer.

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In a change from past years, Columbia will now host two Commencement ceremonies to accommodate a large number of graduates across schools.

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Columbia University agrees to settle its portion of a lawsuit filed for violation of an antitrust exemption. This decision comes two years after the lawsuit was initially filed, after increasing pressure from lawyers and the imminent threat of a growing settlement.

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CU Apartheid Divest held an “Emergency Protest” titled “No Safety Without Divestment” at 2 pm on Wednesday. The protest comes five days after the alleged chemical spraying that required multiple students to be hospitalized.

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On Friday, Columbia University Apartheid Divest (CUAD) hosted a protest to encourage students to participate in the tuition strike and send a message to the University to lay “hands off Yemen and Gaza.”

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