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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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Congratulations to the 15 Barnard seniors who will be welcomed into Phi Beta Kappa this Fall!

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An Instagram post released Friday addresses student questions about the University’s response to student protests.

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Last month, two teams from Columbia University qualified to take part in the upcoming annual International Quiz Bowl Tournaments (IQBT) Undergraduate Championship Tournament. Columbia’s teams finished in the top 40 out of 100 teams at the online qualifying event.

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A coalition of student groups, including Barnard-Columbia Abolition Collective, Student-Worker Solidarity, and Columbia-Barnard Young Democratic Socialists of America, has announced plans to mount a tuition strike ahead of the Spring 2024 payment deadline. Among other demands, organizers hope the move will pressure the University to divest from Israel.

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The Columbia Social Workers for Palestine, a new student collective at the School of Social Work, organized a sit-in on November 8 in support of Palestine.

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The authors of an open letter responding to President Laura Rosenbury’s October 26 email have invited members of the Barnard and Columbia communities to add their signatures.

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On Thursday, October 26, members of the Columbia community gathered at 116th and Broadway for “Stop Doxxing Now,” a protest against the recent doxing of students by the organization Accuracy in Media.

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After months of bargaining sessions with the University, the union for postdoctoral and associate researchers says it plans to strike on November 1 if its demands are not met by then. 

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Six days after Columbia’s campus closed to the public as countering Call to Action for Palestine and Students Supporting Israel protests mounted on Butler Lawn, University President Minouche Shafik has released a statement on “upholding [University] values.” 

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Campus organization Students Supporting Israel (SSI) held a large gathering on Tuesday as a response to the recent actions by militant group Hamas in Israel.  Content warning: Mentions of violence and death.  Editor’s note: This article is composed of individual statements from attendees of the Tuesday gathering; these statements do not reflect the united views […]

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CC sophomore Giovanna Canonici has passed away, according to an email from Dean Josef Sorett.  Content warning: Mentions of death 

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Samuel Terblanche, a CC junior majoring in Sustainable Development with a concentration in Economics, passed away after a recent illness.

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Ella Mills, a GS third-year who came to Columbia from Trinity College Dublin, has passed away, according to an email from Dean Lisa Rosen-Metsch.

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1020, the popular bar on Amsterdam Avenue and 110th St with past allegations of sexual harassment and passivity towards underage drinking, has been repossessed. The bar’s co-owner Michael McKiernan was allegedly arrested for unrelated reasons. Editor’s warning: Article includes mentions of sexual harassment, racism. 

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