MENU CATEGORIES

Connect with us

Submit a Tip
MENU CATEGORIES
Posts Tagged with "SJP"

On Tuesday, March 12, the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) and Palestine Legal announced a lawsuit against Columbia University for the suspension of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and BC/CU Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP).

Read More

CU Apartheid Divest held an “Emergency Protest” titled “No Safety Without Divestment” at 2 pm on Wednesday. The protest comes five days after the alleged chemical spraying that required multiple students to be hospitalized.

Read More

Columbia posted various statements via Instagram, email, and the Department of Public Safety’s website in response to reports that individuals sprayed protesters with a chemical at CU Apartheid Divest’s (CUAD) January 19 protest. Editor’s warning: mentions of violence

Read More

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.”

Read More

For once, reporters weren’t the only audience members in the room—join Bwogger Nadra Rahman in the Satow Room, where CCSC got a little heated last night.  Last night’s meeting of the Columbia College Student Council (CCSC) was “the most populated student council meeting” seen by USenator Jay Rappaport in two years—for once, the audience seats were […]

Read More

What’s cooler than being cool? Being a multi-cultural badass with a thing for parties and politics. Ariella dishes some dope advice and interesting personal tidbits in the process. Read on! Name, School, Major, Hometown: Ariella G. Hohl, GS, Middle Eastern Studies, São Paulo, Brazil Claim to fame: The girl who left campus one summer as […]

Read More

In response this week’s mock apartheid wall as a part of this year’s Israeli Apartheid Week, Students Supporting Israel (SSI) constructed a Pinocchio display on College Walk directly across from the mock wall. This follows Israeli Apartheid flyer vandalization earlier this week. A tipster sent us the photo below of the display as of early this afternoon. The display is believed […]

Read More

Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and Columbia/Barnard Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) recently united to form a new student activist group on campus called Columbia University Apartheid Divest. The group hosted their first event tonight in order to educate the Columbia community about their campaign, Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions (BDS). The event as well as the […]

Read More

Students for Justice in Palestine and Jewish Voice for Peace, student organizations that rally around Palestine activism, are calling for Columbia’s divestment campaign from companies that benefit from or provide funds for the continued presence of Israeli homes, business, and infrastructure in the West Bank. The two organizations are operating as Columbia University Apartheid Divest […]

Read More

Activists from Students for Justice in Palestine are demonstrating today on the sundial to call attention to the recent actions of the Israeli government in Gaza. SJP is reading the names and ages of those who have lost their lives in the past few weeks. Editor’s note: This image has been altered due to safety concerns.

Read More

What exactly is SGA doing about the recent sexual assault issues on campus? What’s going on with the SJP banner situation? Barnard Bearoness Lauren Beltrone went to Monday’s SGA meeting to find out. In response to the recent sexual assault issues on campus, SGA created the subcommittee on sexual assault and gender based misconduct earlier […]

Read More

In the ongoing controversy regarding the Barnard College administration’s removal of the banner that SJP hoisted on the façade of Barnard Hall, many student organizations have spoken up in response, including J Street CU, LionPac, SGB, Columbia Turath, SGA, ABC, and now the Governing Board at Barnard. GBB’s statement: The mission of The Governing Board at […]

Read More

ABC just came out with a statement of unanimous support for SJP’s recent actions regarding Barnard’s banner policy and the “opaque and arbitrary treatment of student groups” by the Columbia/Barnard administration. The statement involves discussion of student groups’ role on campus, the administration’s supposed role in helping those student groups, and the policies involving group […]

Read More

This morning, SGA released a position on last month’s drama involving SJP and the Barnard administration. In case you’ve been living under a rock, the long and short of it is that SJP asked permission for and hung a banner promoting End Israeli Apartheid Week, which the administration then promptly removed. The administration said that […]

Read More

This afternoon, Bwog received a statement from Columbia Turath’s President in response to the SJP Banner incident. The group describes themselves in the statement as “a non-partisan undergraduate student association that serves to promote Arab culture at Columbia University.” Turath sides with SJP in the conversation over whether or not the banner should have been […]

Read More

Have Your Say

What is the Baroness having for afternoon tea?

View Results

Loading ... Loading …

Recent Comments

if you had showed up on time you would have known she explained the B.A.C.H at the beginning which is (read more)
Sacred Music At Columbia: Gail Archer And B.A.C.H.
April 11, 2024
Brianna Lubin choreographed "Snow Angel" not Brianna Ellison (read more)
InterstellOrchesis Wants You To Have Fun
April 10, 2024
reading this just made me hungry lol. but I feel like anyone who likes the non verbal tiles game and (read more)
NYT Tiles As Dining Halls
April 10, 2024

Comment Policy

The purpose of Bwog’s comment section is to facilitate honest and open discussion between members of the Columbia community. We encourage commenters to take advantage of—without abusing—the opportunity to engage in anonymous critical dialogue with other community members. A comment may be moderated if it contains:
  • A slur—defined as a pejorative derogatory phrase—based on ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, or spiritual belief
  • Hate speech
  • Unauthorized use of a person’s identity
  • Personal information about an individual
  • Baseless personal attacks on specific individuals
  • Spam or self-promotion
  • Copyright infringement
  • Libel
  • COVID-19 misinformation