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In a joint email from Columbia President Minouche Shafik and Provost Angela Olinto outlined the series of actions taken following the release of private text exchanges between Columbia deans. Currently, three staff members have been permanently removed from their positions while Dean Sorett maintains his role.

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Columbia Senior Executive Vice President Gerry Rosberg is retiring after eight years of service at the University.

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Students protested at convocation ceremonies held today on Sunday, May 12.

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Several controversial events occurring during Columbia President Minouche Shafik’s tenure as Director at the London School of Economics and Political Science have resurfaced amidst the student demonstrations taking place at Columbia. Editor’s warning: Descriptions of sexual misconduct and white supremacy

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Protests continue as Commencement has been canceled and campus remains closed. Read live updates here.

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Barnard Organization of Soul and Solidarity (BOSS), Columbia Black Students’ Organization (BSO), Columbia Caribbean Students’ Association (CSA), and Columbia African Students’ Association (ASA) recently released a joint statement following the administration’s decision to employ police force in the removal of the Gaza Solidarity Encampment and Hamilton Hall occupation.

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Columbia announced it has canceled its main Commencement and will holder smaller Class Day ceremonies at Baker Complex. Read live updates here.

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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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Students rally outside President Shafik’s house for the semesterly primal scream to protest the April 30 arrests. Read live updates here.

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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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Student protesters occupied Hamilton Hall around 12:30 am on Tuesday, April 30. This comes after negotiations between the University and student organizers ceased. Read live updates here. Content warning: violence

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Live updates of events surrounding the Gaza Solidarity Encampment continue as new developments occur.

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On the morning of Monday, April 29, President Shafik announced that negotiations with Encampment leaders have ended. President Shafik stated that the University would not divest and laid out various offers given to negotiators. A notice circulated around the Encampment stated that all protesters must leave the Encampment by 2 pm and self-identify, lest face […]

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See live updates of events surrounding the Gaza Solidarity Encampment. The previous day’s events are linked.

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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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