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In the wake of the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, the issue has resurfaced about the banning of the ROTC (haven’t a clue? everything you need to know about the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps here) on Columbia’s campus. This has been a contentious subject in recent years on campus. Here is a brief history: […]

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PrezBo and four other University Presidents ask Congress to repeal “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,” arguing that the policy is “detrimental to both our students and the nation.” Bill O’Reilly told TC Professor Marc Lamont Hill, who is black, that Hill “kind of looked like” a cocaine dealer “a little bit.” Hill responded that O’Reilly looked […]

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