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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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In an email to students on Wednesday, Columbia Provost Angela V Olinto announced the University has advised faculty to shift all remaining final exams to a remote format, among several other suggested accommodations.

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President Shafik emailed the Columbia community highlighting the decision to authorize NYPD onto campus and acknowledging the “important cause” of the protestors.

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On Tuesday afternoon, NYC Mayor Eric Adams and other city officials discussed the ongoing protests at Columbia University, including the recent Hamilton Hall occupation.

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In a statement posted to the Columbia website and sent to students at 1:14 am, President Minouche Shafik announced that all Columbia classes will be virtual on Monday, April 22.

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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)
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May 30, 2024

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