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101.Elevator Service Halted In 32 Buildings; Union Is Defeated In Dormitory Ballot; Mass Meeting Scheduled At T. C. Today Newly Organized Defense Committee Schedules Rally for Noon Deadlock Still Holds Situation Unchanged in 4th Day of Walkout; Students Picket [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 13 March 1936... were running, one in Lowell and one in Whittier Hall. A mass picket line, composed of about 40 Teachers ...
103.2,000 Students Take Part in 'Strike' Protesting Harris Expulsion; 16 Faculty Members Ask Reinstatement; Press Protests Continue Strikers Hear Free Press Demanded Supporters of Action Also State Case—Few Injuries Reported In All-Day Demonstration On Campus [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 7 April 1932... although there were brief periods of excitement in Avery Hall and in front of Hamilton Hall. Casualties were slight, ...
105.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 ...
106.Columbia Daily Spectator 14 February 1974... Club has games every Thursday evenings in Ferris Booth Hall, 7:30 p.m. ($1). j Film: What's Up Doc?—second in ...
108.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 ...
109.Columbia Daily Spectator 18 April 1974... will be workshops from 4 to 6 p.m. in Hamilton on: historical problems (room 609), philosophical dilemmas (room 313), ...
111.Divestment erupts Blockade raises questions about student input in policymaking [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]Columbia Daily Spectator 15 May 1985... said7made immediate action here necessary. The rally moved to Hamilton Hall, where students chained its doors shut and installed ...
112.COLUMBIA WILL OWN BERMUDA FOR A DAY Ball at Princess Hotel in Hamilton for Spectator Party—Princeton Men Will Make Trip RECEPTION IN EARL HALL FRIDAY [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 25 January 1915Ball at Princess Hotel in Hamilton for Spectator Party— Princeton Men Will Make Trip
113.DORMITORIES OPEN MOST COMPLETE RESIDENCE HALLS OF ANY UNIVERSITY IN THE COUNTRY Added Interest to Undergraduate Activities Assured [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]Columbia Daily Spectator 27 September 1905... last Monday and Hartley a few days earlier. Each Hall is being rapidly filled. On Monday, the day Livingston ...
114.Columbia Daily Spectator 27 February 1975... this weekend at a unique exhibit in Ferris Booth Hall's Art Gallery. All visitors to the second floor showroom ...
115.Columbia Daily Spectator 7 September 2006... auditions are held in Studio I in the Barnard Hall Annex. Orchesis Orchesis is an entirely studentrun organization, where ...
116.PICNICS FEATURE STATE PLANS FOR WEEKEND EVENTS Eight Clubs Have Arrangements Completed For Outings Today and Tomorrow RECEPTIONS ALSO PLAY IMPORTANT SOCIAL ROLE West Virginians Entertain in First Reception of Club's History [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 21 July 1922... by the officers to get their tickets at Earl Hall and meet under the Tree at 9:45 a. m. ...
117.PRESIDENT'S REPORT Urges Need of New Kent Hall Plans For Advanced Instruction in Law and Fine Arts—Academic Discipline Discussed-Changes in Curriculum Upheld FINANCIAL STANDING OF THE UNIVERSITY [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 8 November 1905Urges Need of New Kent Hall
118.THE STUDENTS OF OLD COLUMBIA. (A CONTINUATION OF THE ARTICLE IN NO. 9.) The part they played in the Revolution.— What they studied. [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 13 April 1897THE most distinguished student of King's College was Alexander Hamilton, who matriculated in 1774. At that time all men's ...
119.Columbia Daily Spectator 2 May 2013... immersive on—campus production of the Odyssey in Columbia’s own Hamilton Hall. “We didn’t have that much money, so we ...
120.CAMPUS CALENDAR TUESDAY, NOV. 15 — MONDAY, NOV. 21 PRINTED FREE AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY THE COLUMBIA SPECTATOR [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 14 November 1983... pm. Columbia College Women's Center, 316 ,i Ferris Booth Hall. ' • FILM — "Frances," 6:00, 8:30, 11:00 pm. ...