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Student-Worker Solidarity And No Red Tape Fined For “Carry That Weight” Cleanup

According to a Huffington Post article from November 6, a week after No Red Tape and several other student organizations protested in support of Emma Sulkowicz’s Carry that Weight project, No Red Tape was fined $1,500 for the cleanup of that protest. The cleanup involved Columbia Facilities or Public Safety employees disposing of the mattresses that […]

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Carry That Weight Day Of Action At Columbia

Earlier today, hundreds of people took to Low Steps with mattresses and banners in support of survivors of sexual assault and in protest of the Columbia administration’s mishandling of the issue. The Day of Action and rally were part of the Carry That Weight campaign, a national movement started by activists at Columbia to support survivors […]

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Columbia Releases New Data On Sexual Assault

Columbia University has just released updated information pertaining to sexual assault cases on campus. The report details recent developments regarding the new Gender-Based Misconduct Policy, as well as campus resources and prevention education for students, staff, and faculty. An email from Provost John Coatsworth this evening provided more detail into the report and a link to […]

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No Red Tape’s “Stand With Survivors” Demonstration On Low

“Rape shouldn’t be part of the college experience.” “Red tape won’t cover up rape.” Earlier this week, No Red Tape delivered this letter to President Bollinger, proposing further reforms to Columbia University’s most recent sexual assault policy. Today, they’re holding a “Stand With Survivors” demonstration until 3, where student and alumni survivors are sharing their […]

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Campus Activists Create “Disorientation Guide”

Various student activist groups have created a “Disorientation Guide” for Columbia University to inform new students about activist and left-wing issues surrounding the university. The guide, which can be viewed here, was made by “student activists committed to supporting a culture of dissent and politicization on Columbia’s campus” with contributions from members of groups such […]

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No Red Tape Planning Graduation Solidarity Demonstration

No Red Tape is asking graduates to attach a piece of red tape to their graduation caps in solidarity with the ongoing struggle to improve the policies and culture around sexual assault at Columbia. Read on for their letter to graduates, and information about how to get the red tape (bolding by Bwog): To the […]

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King’s Crown Recipients Tackle Sexual Assault

The King’s Crown Leadership Excellence Awards are coveted by some, as they are given to “students which have offered outstanding leadership to their community/ies with exemplary commitment and energy.” The awards ceremony began tonight at 6:30 in Roone, and some of the students being recognized are wearing red tape on their wrists in solidarity with recent […]

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University’s Statement On No Red Tape

Robert Hornsby, Associate VP of Media Relations of Columbia, sent out the following university statement regarding No Red Tape at Days on Campus this past weekend. He notes Columbia’s commitment to “protecting the rights of all in our community to express their views,” but that, more practically, No Red Tape was blocking an entryway and not […]

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Say Yes To No Red Tape

Last weekend was Days on Campus, and the campus movement No Red Tape took advantage of the heightened publicity to hand out fliers to pre-frosh. Chief Staff Writer Julia Goodman brings you her opinion on the pseudo-protest and student body reaction to it. This weekend, during the first Days on Campus, protestors from No Red […]

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No Red Tape Protests At Days On Campus

No Red Tape Columbia, a group which fights for better sexual assault policies and practices, is protesting outside the Days on Campus activity fair in Lerner. Witnesses say that No Red Tape are being asked to leave, but several activists are still outside Lerner with red tape over their mouths, handing out letters to prospies. […]

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Former President Carter (Basically) Endorses No Red Tape

Only a few Columbians were lucky enough to snag tickets to the Women in the World Summit this weekend, but all of Columbia got called out by former President Jimmy Carter during Friday’s event. The former president discussed many women’s issues, among them the rampant problem of sexual assault, particularly on college campuses. He denounced universities […]

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Red Tape Around Campus And On PrezBo’s Door

“We demand that you fulfill the commitment you made in your public statement one month ago today. We demand to be heard.” Look around campus and you’ll see the red tape marking the spots, including PrezBo’s door. The group, No Red Tape, is calling for a series of town halls, for decision-makers to be present at […]

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