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With the seventh day of the Gaza Solidarity Encampment comes new developments at and around Columbia University, including protests, demonstrations, announcements and statements. Content warning: Calls for violence.

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The NYPD held a briefing about their response to the ongoing Columbia University demonstrations on 116th and Broadway.

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As the Gaza Solidarity Encampment enters day six, ongoing protests, demonstrations, and responses from officials and beyond continue taking place.

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On Sunday, April 21, Bwog interviewed Columbia Professor Michael Thaddeus regarding his thoughts on the recent student protests and arrests.  

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On Thursday, April 18, President Shafik authorized NYPD officers onto campus to arrest student demonstrators. Bwog interviewed students and NYPD officers on campus surrounding their experiences on campus.

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On Friday, Columbia University Apartheid Divest (CUAD) hosted a protest to encourage students to participate in the tuition strike and send a message to the University to lay “hands off Yemen and Gaza.”

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Your ears will be blessed and your heart, full. Editor’s Warning: mentions of death and violence.

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A protest and memorial was held Monday evening on Low Steps against China’s Zero-COVID restrictions.

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War in Ukraine, DC’s COVID-19 restrictions, and cancel culture all find themselves the targets of protest in today’s Bwoglines.

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Apparently, people want to have personal freedoms everywhere.

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Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you notice any events excluded from our calendar or have a correction, let us know in the comments or email events@bwog.com.

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Now would be the time to escape to whatever fantasy life awaits on your Pinterest board.

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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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Some students who participated in the protest last week at Lerner are being threatened by members of Columbia administration with possible disciplinary action such as expulsion and suspension. The students were protesting Columbia University College Republicans’ event for which they hosted British speaker Tommy Robinson. Robinson is known for his fascist and white supremacist ideologies […]

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Been too distracted by American politics to hear about what’s been going on in other countries? Bwogger Youngweon Lee tells you about a political scandal that has Korean students at Columbia taking a stand. While America was going up in flames amidst the election drama, across the Pacific Ocean, Korea was having a political scandal […]

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