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It looks like the controversy over Columbia’s efforts to prevent sexual assault is starting to have an impact on alumni giving. Calvin D Sun, a former President of Columbia College Young alumni and prominent donor, wrote a public Facebook post last Wednesday declaring: If there are existing institutions in place that impede reporting of sexual […]

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The Deans of Columbia College, SEAS, Barnard and GS just released an email highlighting major points of the gender-based misconduct policy as the academic year kicks into gear. It is a reminder of what constitutes gender-based misconduct and sexual assault, what the potential consequences are for perpetrators, and various related acts. Notably, the email emphasizes “the […]

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An article published today in The Nation  revealed a disdainful message which a Title IX compliance officer accidentally sent to a student activist instead of to the officer’s colleague. The student was one of a group of college Democrats working with administrators to make a flowchart which would clarify what rights and resources survivors of […]

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Columbia announced a University Senate Town Hall for gender-based misconduct and sexual assault on April 16th, which is this coming Wednesday. The meeting will take place from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm in 309 Havemeyer; advance registration is suggested, but you should definitely bring your CUID if you plan on attending-it’s required to get in. […]

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