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Protests continue outside campus while Barnard announces that the 2024 reunion will be canceled. 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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At 12 pm on Wednesday, May 1, Columbia faculty and graduate students gathered on 116th and Amsterdam to rally against NYPD presence on campus.

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On Wednesday morning, New York City Mayor Eric Adams held a press conference to address the protests at Columbia and CCNY. This comes about 12 hours after Columbia University authorized the use of NYPD officers to remove protesters from Hamilton Hall.

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On Tuesday afternoon, NYC Mayor Eric Adams and other city officials discussed the ongoing protests at Columbia University, including the recent Hamilton Hall occupation.

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Sometimes you have to embarrass yourself for no real reason.

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At 2:30 pm on Monday, April 29, Columbia University Apartheid Divest (CUAD) held a press conference to address the end of negotiations and the University’s plans to clear the Encampment.

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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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New developments continue to emerge as negotiations remain between the University and student protesters inside the Encampment.

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On Friday evening, President Shafik and other senior administrators sent an email to the Columbia community addressing their hope for a resolution to the ongoing campus situation. In their email, leaders stated the NYPD would not be brought on campus and condemned antisemitism.

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On Friday, the New York Hostage and Missing Families Forum held a press conference and demonstration on the corner of 116th Street and Broadway in support of the hostages currently in Gaza.

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On Thursday evening, a protest titled “United for Israel” took place around the periphery of Columbia’s campus. Protestors lined Broadway and Amsterdam, chanting and marching in support of Israel. Content warning: Calls for violence.

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Discussions between the University and student protesters continue along with protests outside of Columbia’s gates. Read coverage from previous days to stay up-to-date.

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The Gaza Solidarity Encampment enters its ninth day as the University inches closer to the end of the semester.

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Protests, demonstrations, and responses from the community and officials continue as the eighth day of the Encampment begins. Most recently, Columbia and student organizers have been in negotiations.

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