With tensions at Columbia University’s campus reaching a boiling point over pro-Palestinian student protests and an encampment on the school’s campus, university president Nemat Shafik is ...
By D. Razor Babb New York police were called onto the Manhattan campus of Columbia University to clear pro-Palestinian ...
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Columbia University criticized a plagiarism allegation levied against its president, calling the claim “absurd.” Yale ...
Many eyes remain on Columbia University, where President Nemat “Minouche” Shafik has faced intense pressure from all sides to ...
The new rules, which would also significantly rein in demonstrations at the university in other ways, come on the heels of a ...
This rebrand has been quite the exercise in chutzpah.
Columbia University’s president, Nemat “Minouche” Shafik is urging university leaders across the country to do some “serious soul searching.” Good advice. She should start with her own soul. Shafik ...
Already, the same police unit that came to Columbia on April 30 has responded to other protests with violence, including a ...
As a member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, she was among the representatives who questioned Columbia University’s president, Nemat Shafik, during a hearing on accusations ...
Columbia University officials, including the university’s president, testified Wednesday before a House committee, telling lawmakers that they are working to extinguish antisemitism on their campus.