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A Letter to The Editor: The Residence Hall Management Responds to Sexual Assault Allegation

By Eitan Madmon Published: November 7th, 2018 The dormitory management and any of its employees strongly and decisively condemn any conduct that is sexually inappropriate in any way. Neither the dormitory management nor any of its employees have ever received any complaint regarding a possible harassment.  Furthermore, no such complaint …

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Enough with the Rhetoric, A Defense of Student Government

By Nissim Said, President of CLAS Student Government Published: February 14th, 2018 Student government always gets a bad reputation. Whether it’s here or across the nation, more and more students are becoming cynical of their student representatives. A product of the current political landscape, I’d wager. I’ve heard the claims …

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A Safe and Creative Space at Brooklyn College

Published: October 25th, 2017 Stuck in the Library represents a safe space of shared artwork and creativity.  Our team of 25 students have worked relentlessly to serve the Brooklyn College community and the people of New York City through fundraising children’s books for the underprivileged, hosting over 75 free creative …

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In Defense of Our Students

By Florencia Salinas Published: May 3rd, 2017 The David Horowitz Freedom Center recently published a press release naming the Administration of Brooklyn College to their list of academic institutions “most friendly to terrorists and hostile to the First Amendment.” In addition, the press release contains many unsubstantiated allegations about the …

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Letter to the Editor

The opinions expressed in this article do not represent the opinions of the Excelsior. To the Editor: We write with regard to the false and defamatory statements you published in The Excelsior about the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) in your April 6th article entitled Tuition Freezes as CLAS Takes on ZOA.  Specifically, you falsely, recklessly, and …

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