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In December, Bwog spoke with CU Tuition Strike about their demands and aspirations. After deciding not to strike in January, organizers maintain their hopes for change.

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The tuition strike, organized by the Columbia-Barnard Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA), ended on Monday, April 5 after nearly six months of public preparation and three months of active striking.

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Columbia’s YDSA held a rally and press conference supporting their tuition strike on January 17. 

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Columbia-Barnard YDSA is organizing a strike, demanding higher financial aid and lower tuition.

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CCSC hosts university tuition strike representatives, puts support of the strike and petition to the virtual vote!

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GSSC debates involvement in the Tuition Strike, hears from the Columbia food pantry, and passes two new proposals.

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