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On Monday afternoon, Barnard students gathered in an emergency protest to call for the resignation of Barnard President Laura Rosenbury if she does not demand a permanent ceasefire in Gaza. 

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On Thursday, November 30th, members of the coalition Columbia University Apartheid Divest (CUAD) engaged in two demonstrations in reaction to a University-held event and the annual Tree Lighting ceremony.

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On Monday, November 20, alumni of Columbia and Barnard gathered outside of Columbia’s main gates to protest the University’s recent suspension of Students for Justice in Palestine and BC/CU Jewish Voice for Peace, participating in a “denouncement ceremony” and “un-graduating” from the University.

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On Wednesday at 1 pm, University faculty members gathered on Low Steps to protest the recent suspension of Students for Justice in Palestine and BC/CU Jewish Voice for Peace, and to demand the University affirm its commitment to free speech. Content warning: mentions of violence.

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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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