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Between March 9 and 11, Columbia SJP released audio recordings of Columbia President Minouche Shafik, Barnard President Laura Rosenbury, and Vice President Gerald Rosberg speaking on recent student protests regarding Israel and Palestine.

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Activists from Students for Justice in Palestine are demonstrating today on the sundial to call attention to the recent actions of the Israeli government in Gaza. SJP is reading the names and ages of those who have lost their lives in the past few weeks. Editor’s note: This image has been altered due to safety concerns.

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Monday’s SGA meeting was hands-down the most intense meeting of the school year—so intense that Barnard Bureau Chief Lauren Beltrone had to record it so she wouldn’t miss a beat. If you want to read the part about Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine, skip to the fourth paragraph. There were three distinctive chunks of […]

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