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This Thursday, Milvets and GS alliance hosted a panel on the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. We sent Senior Staff Writer Ross Chapman to check it out. It’s been four years since the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT), an ineffective military initiative to accept LGBT individuals into the armed forces while simultaneously not […]

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Because of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Act of 2010, gay and lesbian service members may now serve openly in the US armed forces. The repeal officially went into effect at 12:01 am this morning. The legislation will allow the plans for a Columbia NROTC program, which PrezBo laid down last semester, to finally proceed. Bwog extends its […]

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That was fast! The Student Affairs Committee of the University Senate has just announced that it will form a task force on ROTC starting in the spring semester in light of yesterday’s DADT repeal. Next semester, the task force will hold open hearings on Columbia’s military engagement and conduct a survey on ROTC. The Senate […]

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Jeffrey Milarsky, conductor of our own CU Orchestra, debuted yesterday as conductor of the LA Philharmonic, for the concert “Green Umbrella: Bang on a Can.” A federal judge in California overturned DADT, and has ordered military recruiters to start accepting gay recruits. (NYT) The J-School is making a news outlet website for NYC. (NY Convergence) […]

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