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CCSC Talks Surveys (And Birthdays!)

Staff Writer Zane Bekheet filled in for CCSC Bureau Chief Adam Kluge at this week’s CCSC meeting.

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Extinction Rebellion Students On Hunger Strike, Demand Action Against Climate Change

The student group Extinction Rebellion Columbia University (XR Columbia) has announced they will be holding a hunger strike for the next five days. Extinction Rebellion Columbia delivered a letter declaring the strike and a list of demands to the Office of the President last Friday. 

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Video Shows Public Safety Officers Dragging Protester by Legs

In a video circulating on Twitter, Columbia University Public Safety officers were seen dragging peaceful protesters by the legs in front of Low Library yesterday. The protesters were affiliated with Extinction Rebellion, an organization staging acts of nonviolent civil disobedience to advocate for environmental causes.

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