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The rules of protest and free speech are under review at Columbia, and today all students can make their voices heard at the First Rules Town Hall from 4-6 PM in Havemeyer 309. Time to speak up. This morning, hundreds of Hong Kong police raided a pro-democracy camp. About 800 officers infiltrated the protest zone […]

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The Activist Council of CU Dems are hosting a discussion with Professor Dorian Warren (CULPA gold nugget recipient) today at 5pm in Kent 628. There will be free food accompanied by discussion of labor issues and unions. Classy proto-hippies via Wikimedia Commons.

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