Friday, May 24, 2024

Topic: Columbia University

Jewish foundation cuts off millions in funding to Columbia over pro-Palestine protests

The Russell Berrie Foundation, a major donor to Columbia University, has suspended its funding for the Ivy League university in the wake of pro-Palestine protests on campus, the New York Times reported on Friday.

Police in riot gears crackdown Palestine protest on Columbia University campus

New York Police wearing riot gear entered the campus of Columbia University on Tuesday night where students have been holding a peaceful Gaza Solidarity...

Pressure mounts as pro-Palestine protests in US universities persist despite severe crackdown

Pro-Palestinian protestors across the United States brave increasing pressure from colleges and universities to disband their tent encampments. 

After Columbia, Pro-Palestine protests expand to major US universities

Students of major universities in the United States have launched pro-Palestinian protests demanding divestment from companies involved in Israel's occupation of Palestinian land and...

New York Police arrests pro-Palestinian protesters at Columbia University

New York Police Department officers detained at least 30 people on Thursday afternoon to quell a pro-Palestinian protest at Columbia University. Police also cleared...