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Series II: Administration; Schools, Departments and Programs,
Items in this series, including correspondence, meeting minutes, memoranda,
notes, and reports demonstrate the response of Columbia University’s
constituent units to student protests and demands for curricular and
governance reform. Present are statements by deans and other officials
concerning class attendance, examination schedules, grading, and procedures
for other routine academic activities during the strike periods. More
significant are statements taking positions on the actions and demands of
protesters, as well as materials documenting disciplinary action taken
Bureau of Applied Social Research--Student and Faculty Response
to the Columbia Crisis--Questionnaire and Report,
Columbia College, 1968-1970
Engineering and Applied Science, School of,
General Studies, School of, 1968-1970
Journalism, Graduate School of,
Law, School of--Including the Disciplinary Tribunal in the Gustin
L. Reichbach Matter 1968-1970
Library Service, School of,
Music, Department of,
Teachers College--Includes Student’s Bill of Rights, 1967-1968