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Barnard Task Force To Examine Divestment Recommends Partial Divestment

This afternoon, Robert Goldberg, Barnard’s Chief Operating Officer, wrote an email to the Barnard community announcing that the Presidential Task Force to Examine Divestment submitted its full report on fossil fuel divestment to the Board of Trustees. This task force was created last semester as a result of Divest Barnard’s campaign encouraging Barnard to divest […]

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Barnard Board Of Trustees To Consider Divestment

It appears the protests are having an effect—according to an email sent out by the Barnard Board of Trustees, the college has agreed to consider divesting from fossil fuels; the Investment Committee will look at other options. Representatives of Divest Barnard are invited to the next meeting of the committee in December to further discuss the issue, […]

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SGA: Administrative Updates And A Brief Divest Update

Staffer Caroline brings you updates from this week’s action-packed SGA meeting featuring President Spar and Divest Barnard (conflict perhaps? Drama? Read on). It is always a good SGA meeting when D-Spar and her posse come to give updates from the administrative side. It’s an even better SGA meeting when a student group shows up to protest, especially […]

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