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Results 81 to 100 of 349 for hamilton hall
81.Columbia Daily Spectator 5 November 1891... the Madison Square Garden, Lenox Lyceum, and Carnegie Music Hall. They formed neither a small nor quiet attraction. THE ...
83.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, ...
84.Columbia Daily Spectator 24 February 1965The Columbia College Counseling Service is located in the Hamilton Hall Annex, the former home of WKCR. The campus ...
85.Columbia Daily Spectator 27 April 1998... still made the news. From the first demonstrations in Hamilton Hall on the afternoon of April 23, to the ...
86.Columbia Daily Spectator 12 June 1985... is "uphill battle." Some of the renovations projects include Hamilton Hall and the aging Pupin laboratories. At the medical ...
88.Columbia Daily Spectator 30 September 1969... its department of Buildings and Grounds," Halperin observes. Dodge Hall, however, is not the only place where this misuse ...
89.Columbia Daily Spectator 20 September 1948... A. Hubbard. With office in room 405 John Jay Hall, nuclear point of extra-curricular life, Mr. Hubbard fulfills the ...
90.Columbia Daily Spectator 26 September 1988... these rules became apparent in 1985, when protesters blockaded Hamilton Hall for three weeks to urge that the university ...
91.Columbia Daily Spectator 4 April 2000... later moved from Low to the fourth floor of Hamilton Hall so de la Garza would have to pass ...
92.At Columbia, a Tradition of Service and Protests Since Alexander Hamilton dropped out to fight for the Revolution, a spirit of war support and dissent has been a major part of CU's history. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]Columbia Daily Spectator 28 March 2003Since Alexander Hamilton dropped out to fight for the Revolution, a spirit ...
93.Columbia Daily Spectator 20 December 1893... of enlargement; a pavilion of about the size of Hamilton Hall, to contain large lecture rooms; and probably another ...
94.FOCUS Angered by complaints of alleged mistreatment, members of the CSR challenge University rules [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]Columbia Daily Spectator 3 March 1993... the Barnard-Columbia Save the Audubon Coalition (B-C STAC) blockaded Hamilton Hall in an effort to protest Columbia's decision to ...
96.SPECTATOR PERSPECTIVES This is not your father's Columbia: Students face construction and curricular changes [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]Columbia Daily Spectator 26 August 1996... temporary building constructed as a substitute to Ferris Booth Hall (FBH), and placed atop the tennis courts that formerly ...
97.Reporter's Notebook An "undercover" senior finds out what they're telling prospectives on campus tours [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]Columbia Daily Spectator 4 March 1992... Maybe they were postal workers with the day off. Hamilton In order to be a least partially scientific, I ...
98.Columbia Daily Spectator 5 December 1985... that Coalition leaders organized the three-week long blockade of Hamilton Hall. At the height of the protest, as many ...
99.Columbia Daily Spectator 26 February 1992... gathered at the sundial, the group voted to enter Hamilton Hall, in which Columbia College administrative offices are located. ...
100.Columbia Daily Spectator 31 March 1988... disruption is fundamentally another." Thomas said the chaining of Hamilton Hall was symbolic. "The chains were a symbol for ...