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Dozens arrested at Yale University and Columbia cancels classes amid pro-Palestinian protests

  • Columbia University canceled in-person classes after over 100 pro-Palestinian protesters were arrested for setting up an encampment on the campus. President Shafik expressed sadness over the situation.
  • Classes at Columbia were moved online to deescalate tensions and evaluate next steps, according to President Shafik.
  • Following Columbia's actions, pro-Palestinian demonstrators at Yale were also arrested, with 45 protesters detained for blocking traffic and refusal to leave. Protesters demand Yale cut ties with defense companies selling to Israel.
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