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Results 1 to 12 of 12 for hamilton hall

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    Columbia Daily Spectator 26 April 1968
    ... late last night,.black students and community supporters had barricaded Hamilton Hall, more than 200 white students had occupied President ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 22 May 1968
    ies and Ferris Booth Hall. Many students were beaten on South Field and injuries ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 28 February 1969
    Dean Carl F. Hovde watches Hamilton Hall protest
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 7 October 1968
    ... of the spring protest, which began April 23 in Hamilton Hall. In reviewing police action on campus during the ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 3 June 1968
    ... through the speech, someone standing behind Rudd yelled, "To Hamilton" and the group suddenly began to move toward Hamilton ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 27 April 1968
    ... Brown and Stokeley Carmichael met with black demonstrators in Hamilton Hall. Leftwing students continued to hold four University buildings ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 November 1968
    ... participating in the spring uprising plan to march into Hamilton Hall to demand an open, collective hearing for their ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 3 December 1968
    ... accused of participating in an illegal demonstration filed into Hamilton Hall to discuss the matter with Alexander B. Piatt, ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 3 May 1968
    ... students, met on the third floor of Ferris Booth Hall and decided what the strikers should demand. They have ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 7 May 1968
    ... University were not resumed inside the picketed buildings. In Hamilton Hall, the main College classroom building, only ten classes ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 10 May 1968
    ... SDS, reluctantly consented to lead his organization into Dodge Hall to protest on-campus recruiting by the Dow Chemical Company. ...