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  • student coalition on expansion & gentrification
    run rehabilitation program in return for their support of Columbia The Columbia Spectator reported that Few of them knew why they were there or what they were doing While dirty tricks and infantile tactics like this are neither new nor surprising in this expansion it was fascinating to see the lengths to which Columbia and its associates would go to turn the tide of public opinion in their favor It certainly backfired in this case however as the audience responded to those speaking in favor of the plan with boos and shouts of liar and shame The week following the hearing CB9 s General Board passed the zoning committee s ten point resolution which demands amongst other things that Columbia promise to generate affordable housing units set up a comprehensive anti displacement program and not use eminent domain against businesses or residents To read the full resolution click this link to CB9 Chairman Jordi Reyes Montblanc s blog cb9m blogspot com Watch the video of Bollinger being booed by Harlem http youtube com watch v g0JpF07SOo4 How can we stop Columbia s 7 BILLION dollar plan to bulldoze West Harlem Stand up show up and speak out Public Hearing on the Columbia Expansion WEDNESDAY August 15 2007 Hearing starts at 6 30PM Demonstration at 5 45pm Manhattanville Community Center 530 West 133rd Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave We already know that the expansion will directly take the homes of 132 families move out 88 businesses and change the character of West Harlem through pushing up rents and displacing 5 000 people Come out hear the concerns of your neighbors and have the chance to speak your own piece A group will be leaving from the gates at 5 30 to meet with the demonstration at 5 45 call 248 765 0412 if you get turned around And for more information read up before hand Students giving the facts http www columbia edu cu cssn expansion background html Community opposition http www stopcolumbia org And some recent news http www bwog net index php page post article id 3780 More on the Environmental Impact Statement Impacts of the Expansion Help reading the EIS Public Hearings Petition City Council Press on the EIS Residential demand generated by the Proposed Actions Columbia s Expansion would be partially absorbed by individuals purchases of owner occupied housing in the study area and by turnover within the rent regulated housing stock in the study area The remaining demand could place upward rent pressure on the 1 318 units in the primary study area that would be vulnerable to rent increases which in turn could lead to the indirect displacement of approximately 3 293 residents of these at risk units by 2030 While it is impossible to quantify the exact number of at risk residents who would be indirectly displaced as a result of the Proposed Actions there is the potential for the indirect residential displacement impact within the primary study area to be significant and

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cssn/expansion/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Student Governing Board
    concerns are religious spiritual political ideological humanitarian or activist in nature The SGB is dedicated to the principle of community self government and believes that students needs are best evoked defined and articulated by the students themselves Read more about In the News Calendar Important Dates The Fall 2015 Town Hall will be Wednesday December 9 One representative from each recognized group must be in attendance in order to receive

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/sgb/ (2016-02-12)
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  • SOL
    unity among the Latino Latin American organizations at Columbia University by opening a space for dialogue facilitating inter and intra group communication with member organizations of SOL and establishing a sense of community around shared heritage SOL seeks to educate the Columbia community about the strength ideas unity and plurality present in the Latino Latin American community This is to be accomplished through diverse programming events and activities that demonstrate

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/sol/ (2016-02-12)
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  • CSSN: Columbia Student Solidarity Network
    Men Against Violence Jeff Soules 212 853 5856 Adam Trilling CMAV Columbia University Greens Lauren Schwartz 212 853 4492 CU Greens Columbia Barnard Earth Coalition EarthCo Simon Fischer Baum 212 853 4971 Angela Barranco Democracy Matters Kate Dugan 212 853 1159 Everyone Allied Against Homophobia EAAH Katerina Seligmann EAAH Feminists United on Campus Liz Budnitz International Deconstruction Workers United IDWU idwu139 International Socialist Organization ISO Monique Dols Julie Keefe 212 853 1146 Jews for Social Justice Frances Kreimer Just Peace Project Just Peace National Organization for Women NOW Scientists and Engineers for a Better Society SEBS Mahesh Somashekhar 212 853 7257 Students for an Orwellian Society SOS Minitrue Students for Choice and Party for Choice SFC Meetings Wednesday 9pm 101 Barnard Hall Sarah Nobles 212 853 4709 SFC Students for Economic and Environmental Justice SEEJ Jessica Eisen 212 853 1024 Students for Sensible Drug Policy SSDP ssdp columbia edu Students Promoting Empowerment and Knowledge SPEaK speak columbia edu Take Back the Night Priscilla Caldwell 212 853 1046 TBtN mailing list If you would like to join the CSSN mailing list send an email to cssn announcements subscribe lists riseup net Make sure the account you send the mail from is the one you want subscribed to the list or follow this link http lists riseup net www info cssn announcements Before posting to the cssn list please take the time to read the list rules to make this list more useful for all You may also be interested in the CSSN discussion list If you want to join the discussion list send an email to cssn discussion subscribe lists riseup net Make sure the account you send the mail from is the one you want subscribed to the list or follow this link http lists riseup net www info cssn

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cssn/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Students for Choice
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    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/sfc/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Students for Environmental and Economic Justice | Home

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    Original URL path: /cu/seej/ (2016-02-12)


  • Students United for America - Home
    Addresses Columbia Jack Matlock the last U S ambassador to the Soviet Union discussed the current political situation in Russia and U S Russian relations with the Columbia community as part of SUA s Eisenhower Forum Jefferson Waterman International COO Addresses Columbia Sam Wyman Chief Operating Officer of Jefferson Waterman International discussed U S geopolitical strategy in the Middle East with the Columbia community as part of SUA s Eisenhower

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/su4a/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Table Tennis
    Blue Gym of the Dodge Physical Fitness Center Who Anyone can join See how to join for more information How to Join Instructions for Joining Subscribe to our listserv at https lists columbia edu mailman listinfo cuttc Start coming to practice All skills levels are welcome We practice from Thursdays 9pm 12am and Sundays 5pm 7pm in the Blue Gym of the Dodge Physical Fitness Center Board President John Doe

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/tabletennis/ (2016-02-12)
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