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Columbia, Barnard administrators host town halls after presidential election
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Trump Wins: Columbia reels from unprecedented election


From the 200 students who came crying, running, and screaming to College Walk on early Wednesday morning to the latest University-held town halls, take a look at how Columbia has reacted to the new President-elect of the United States.

Bollinger responds to Trump's victory


"Certainly, not in my lifetime has there been a choice that is embraced by so many while also causing feelings of apprehension and vulnerability among so many others."—University President Lee Bollinger

Columbia, Barnard administrators host town halls after presidential election


“I saw one of my friends in Ferris who I know is a Republican, and I couldn’t even go talk to him because I was scared to ask whether he voted for Trump.”—Christine Nelson, CC ’17

Op-Ed: Millennial progressivism in Trump's wake


"Often, after an election, the boil of political fervor lowers to a complacent simmer. We, as a generation, must refuse to let this happen."

Column: Rise, America; I'm with you


"As a human being, I’m horrified that my nation will be led by a man who is as intolerant as he is intolerable."
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Columbia students react in shock to Trump's victory


By early Wednesday morning, 200 students were crying and screaming on College Walk.

After Trump victory, some professors move to postpone midterms


As of 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday, over a dozen midterm examinations had been postponed.

For Barnard students, dreams of first female president shattered


Sentiments had remained high earlier in the evening, but as election night continued, the prospect of Clinton's presidency quickly diminished.
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