“We Are Staying Out Here”: Encampment Organizers Vote to Stay Within the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” After Warned With a 2 P.M. Deadline

Following a statement from President Shafik that Columbia “will not divest,” University delegates handed out notices to encampment protesters to “leave by 2 p.m.” or face disciplinary action.

Opinion: “A Media Circus”: Faculty and Students Say the Media has “Cynically and Hysterically Misrepresented” Campus Protests

On the heels of the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment,” Columbia’s protests, as well as protests at a number of university campuses, have gained local, national and international media attention. Students and faculty say the coverage has been “mischaracterizing” and “misleading.” Inflammatory media reports make students unsafe, not the protests itself. At times of turmoil on campus it is vital to listen to campus journalists who are on the ground seeing everything that is going on.

Barnard Faculty Members of the AAUP Unanimously Vote to Issue a Statement Of “No Confidence” in President Rosenbury

“Rather than steering the college through rough seas, she has become an agent of chaos,” Barnard faculty write about President Rosenbury after voting 102-0 to issue a statement of no confidence in her leadership.