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Only 15 of the 46 individuals arrested for the occupation of Hamilton Hall face charges. The other 31 individuals’ charges were dropped on the basis of lack of evidence. 

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Campus remains locked to most members of the community after the April 30 arrests. Follow live updates here.

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On the evening of April 30, the SGA Executive Board emailed an open letter addressed to President Laura Rosenbury and other members of the Columbia and Barnard Administration. They criticized the actions of the administration going back months for alienating students and ignoring their voices, and issued lists of demands and recommendations.

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President Rosenbury emailed the Barnard community this morning, marking the first direct correspondence from her to students since the April 30 arrests of over 100 students.

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President Shafik emailed the Columbia community highlighting the decision to authorize NYPD onto campus and acknowledging the “important cause” of the protestors.

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Certainly feels like “we’re back b—-es” should not be the visible slogan for the revitalized encampment, especially if we want (read more)
Palestinian Students Launch “Revolt For Rafah” Encampment Amidst 2024 Columbia Reunion
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Certainly feels like “We’re back bitches” is not the slogan we should be using if we want to decenter ourselves (read more)
Palestinian Students Launch “Revolt For Rafah” Encampment Amidst 2024 Columbia Reunion
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How the fuck was this asshole not deported as of Jan 7, 2021. (read more)
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