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Faculty Write Letter Of Support For Disciplined Students

Yesterday evening Bwog received copies of two letters written by Columbia faculty members, in support of students disciplined for protesting the Columbia University College Republicans (CUCR) Tommy Robinson event on October 10. The letters are the latest in a range of efforts by students to defend themselves from what they view as unfair disciplinary action for a […]

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Two More Voices on ROTC

Latest from the ROTC debate which is getting more and more attention from the national media: check out two recently published articles by important members of the Columbia community. Yesterday Katherine Franke, Professor and Director of the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law at the Law school, wrote an opinion piece for the Huffington Post. […]

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