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Over 600 Students, Alumni, And Faculty Sign Declaration Condemning Apartheid Divest

In response to Columbia University Apartheid Divest’s embracing of the Barnard Columbia Socialists’ treatment of the early 1990’s and 2000-2005 intifadas as actions of “civil disobedience,” over 600 students, alumni, and faculty have come together to condemn the characterization. The group is not representative of Aryeh, J Street Initiative, or any pro-Israel group on campus, but includes […]

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Columbia Turath Releases Statement on SJP Banner

This afternoon, Bwog received a statement from Columbia Turath’s President in response to the SJP Banner incident. The group describes themselves in the statement as “a non-partisan undergraduate student association that serves to promote Arab culture at Columbia University.” Turath sides with SJP in the conversation over whether or not the banner should have been […]

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Israel Apartheid Week Causes A Stir At Barnard

Update (12:27 pm): LionPAC has released a statement. Find it after the jump. Update (2:26 pm): A student in SJP has released a statement after consulting with other members of the group. Update (5:43 pm): SJP has released an official statement. Update (7:12pm): J Street CU has released an official statement. The kick-off of Columbia […]

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