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Since we released a series of leaked messages from the Columbia University Wrestling Team’s GroupMe, our campus has seen both protests against the team’s behavior and an apology letter, released last night, from the wrestling team as a whole.  This afternoon, the Athletics department announced that their investigation of the team is complete and the […]

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Columbia University And Barnard College Release Statements On Paris Attacks

Columbia University and Barnard College have just released statements on Friday night’s terrorist attacks in Paris.  “Based on rapid outreach there, we believe that all Columbia students and faculty at the Paris Global Center are safe and accounted for,” Columbia’s statement, which was posted on Facebook, reads. Similarly, Barnard sent an email confirming all Barnard students studying […]

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SGB Discourages Use of Faculty House

The Student Governing Board’s Executive Board, representing approximately 100 campus groups, issued a statement yesterday discouraging the use of the Faculty House until appropriate negotiations with workers have been made. Last week the Student-Worker Solidarity coalition braved the elements to rally for their cause of “economic justice” for local workers, particularly now for Faculty House workers’ living wage, though […]

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University Statement on GS Class Day Controversy

Last night, Spec published an official statement sent to them by the University to address “misinformation which we want to dispel” about the GS Class Day controversy. The statement is more notable for what it doesn’t say than what it says—neither the fund set up to compensate GS seniors for changed travel plans nor the […]

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CUCR’s Executive Board Addresses Media

The Columbia University College Republicans have released a new statement unequivocally denying claims that the organization was in the process of inviting Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to speak on campus. Notably, this letter has been signed by every CUCR board member. Yesterday, we responded to the Spectator headline, “CUCR plans to invite Ahmadinejad to campus” with […]

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