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On May 8, a group of over 600 Jewish students published an open letter, affirming their support for Zionism and Israel and denouncing antisemitism.

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Over 1,700 alumni have pledged to withhold support for Columbia unless demands including divestment, amnesty for students, support for the Harlem community, and President Shafik’s removal are met.

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New developments continue to emerge as negotiations remain between the University and student protesters inside the Encampment.

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On Friday, the New York Hostage and Missing Families Forum held a press conference and demonstration on the corner of 116th Street and Broadway in support of the hostages currently in Gaza.

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Discussions between the University and student protesters continue along with protests outside of Columbia’s gates. Read coverage from previous days to stay up-to-date.

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On Thursday, CUAD held a press conference in front of Butler Library to give updates on negotiations with the University and take questions from reporters.

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On Wednesday, April 24, Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes was seen on campus attempting to enter the Gaza Solidarity Encampment. It is unconfirmed how he accessed campus.

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House Speaker Mike Johnson, supported by other congressmembers, spoke on Low Steps Wednesday afternoon to address ongoing protests and President Shafik’s handling of events.

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On Wednesday, Columbia University Apartheid Divest organized a press conference in front of Butler Library near the Gaza Solidarity Encampment. Encampment representatives took questions from members of the press. Content warning: Mentions of violence.

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Various city officials and University professors have released press statements regarding student arrests at press conferences on April 18 and April 19.

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On Friday, February 2, protesters surrounded campus in support of Palestine and those affected by a previous protest’s alleged chemical attack. Heightened police presence and arrests increased tensions between participants and the NYPD. Editor’s note: Mentions of violence.

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CU Apartheid Divest held an “Emergency Protest” titled “No Safety Without Divestment” at 2 pm on Wednesday. The protest comes five days after the alleged chemical spraying that required multiple students to be hospitalized.

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On Friday, Columbia University Apartheid Divest (CUAD) hosted a protest to encourage students to participate in the tuition strike and send a message to the University to lay “hands off Yemen and Gaza.”

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Every summer, Bwog staff contribute to our Houses and Homes series, where we take you to the many places we’ve traveled to. The series continues with an entry from Internal Editor, Hannah Revels, from an eclectic hostel in Tel Aviv.

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Editor’s note: This post has been updated to more accurately reflect the cause of the Palestinian protests. Happening in the World: Israeli troops killed seven Palestinians, two of them children, at protests along the border fence. The protests were in response to calls by Hamas, the group that has controlled Gaza for the last 11 years, […]

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