University President Loses Complete Control Of College, 2nd University May Be Next


So it appears that Columbia University may have been lost to radicals for the time being.

Students were told that on April 22, 2024 class will be held virtually as anti-israel protests consume the campus.

University President Dr. Nemat “Minouche” Shafik appears to have lost control after an “encampment” appeared on campus that is in support of Palestine.

Video emerged of antisemitic protests that have shocked the country.

“I am deeply saddened by what is happening on our campus,” Shafik wrote. “Our bonds as a community have been severely tested in ways that will take a great deal of time and effort to reaffirm. Students across an array of communities have conveyed fears for their safety and we have announced additional actions we are taking to address security concerns. The decibel of our disagreements has only increased in recent days. These tensions have been exploited and amplified by individuals who are not affiliated with Columbia who have come to campus to pursue their own agendas.”

“We need a reset,” she added. “To deescalate the rancor and give us all a chance to consider next steps, I am announcing that all classes will be held virtually on Monday. Faculty and staff who can work remotely should do so; essential personnel should report to work according to university policy. Our preference is that students who do not live on campus will not come to campus.”

The schools president also condemned the “intimidating and harassing behavior” that has taken place on campus.

This is just creepy…

“During the coming days, a working group of Deans, university administrators and faculty members will try to bring this crisis to a resolution. That includes continuing discussions with the student protestors and identifying actions we can take as a community to enable us to peacefully complete the term and return to respectful engagement with each other. I know that there is much debate about whether or not we should use the police on campus, and I am happy to engage in those discussions. But I do know that better adherence to our rules and effective enforcement mechanisms would obviate the need for relying on anyone else to keep our community safe,” Shafik said. “We should be able to do this ourselves.”

Police have also began operations at Yale by removing an encampment that popped up on April 22, 2024.


NYPD was called in to clear out protestors who had set up an encampment at NYU’s campus.


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