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After the suspicious package was found today on campus and the surrounding area was shut down by NYPD, many of us were anxious to find that, while Barnard students received multiple alerts, Columbia did not send any alerts about the event.  David Fine, CC’13, former chair of the SGB and editor emeritus of The Current, […]

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Police have cordoned off an area on College Walk by the Broadway gates Broadway from 115th to 117th. Police are saying a suspicious package was left on campus and needs to be investigated. More info as we get it. Update, 7:40: Both sides of Broadway are now closed, including for cars. NYPD confirms suspicious package. […]

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Bwog has reports of a lot of cop cars blocking both auto and pedestrian traffic in the area of 120th Street and Amsterdam. It is unclear why the blockade has been set up and where it begins and ends at this point. Updates coming shortly.  UPDATE (7:51 PM): Officers tell Bwog that it’s a “suspicious […]

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