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  1. 61.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 26 April 1968
    ... loud explosion occurred on the roof of the Hamiltion Hall Annex. No damage resulted from the explosion, however, which ...
  2. 62.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 27 April 1968
    ... the administration. •At a press conference in Ferris Booth Hall early yesterday evening, Mark Rudd '69, chairman of Stueents ...
  3. 63.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 14 March 1968
    ... poetry readings throughout the day attracted overflow crowds, while Hamilton Hall and other classroom buildings were deserted. Moratorium Day ...
  4. 64.
    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 ...
  5. 65.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 16 December 1968
    ... the College faculty to meet him in his Lewisohn Hall office and discovered that
  6. 66.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 29 April 1968
    ... ago, in response to the forcible occupation of Dodge Hall by a gang of S.D.S. "demonstrators," we sent you ...
  7. 67.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 22 November 1968
    ... policemen allegedly assaulted him after the second occupation of Hamilton Hall last May 22; of the community residents who ...
  8. 68.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 19 December 1968
    ... "V sign for victory during the second occupation of Hamilton Hall last May 21 several hours before the police ...
  9. 69.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 January 1968
    ... avail themselves of the Counseling Service located in the Hamilton Hall Annex. But, according to Dr. Anthony Phillip, director ...
  10. 70.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 January 1968
    ... any professor meaningfully. I saw Jacques Barzun in the Hamilton Hall elevator one day and thought he was on ...
  11. 71.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 24 April 1968
    Student Demonstrators Take Over Hamilton Hall; Administration Refuses to Talk 'Under Coercion'
  12. 72.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 9 May 1968
    ... a.m. yesterday, there were five classes in session in Hamilton Hall, with a total of 55 people. Professors continued ...
  13. 73.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 18 September 1968
    ... of 42 students involved in the second takeover of Hamilton Hall. Dr. Cordier took these actions while also affirming ...
  14. 74.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 10 October 1968
    ... Columbia College was held captive in his office in Hamilton Hall for some 24 hours. During the occupancy of ...
  15. 75.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 27 April 1968
    ... that any faculty member had stood in front of Hamilton Hall and other buildings, got the number wrong— this ...
  16. 76.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 26 April 1968
    Philosophy Hall to announce that the administration had made a decision ...
  17. 77.
    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. ...
  18. 78.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 18 September 1968
    ... positions. August 23, four months to the day that Hamilton Hall was occupied, Dr. Kirk appeared at a press ...
  19. 79.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 3 October 1968
    ... this month for his part in the sit-in at Hamilton Hall last spring. Thanks to President Cordier's plea for ...
  20. 80.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 10 May 1968
    ... early as Thursday night, April 25, two days after Hamilton Hall was first occupied, it was apparent to concerned ...