Results 81 to 100 of 143 for "eviction" — Columbia Spectator
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Results 81 to 100 of 143 for "eviction"
81.Columbia Daily Spectator 14 October 1965... tenant spokesman, charged yesterday that the school's efforts at eviction were "contrary to the 14th Amendment. They are trying ...
84.Columbia Daily Spectator 3 December 1965... with President Kirk to discuss University expansion and the eviction of tenants in the Morningside area. A spokesman for ...
85.Columbia Daily Spectator 13 December 1965... Leader Franz Leichter also criticised the notion that SRO eviction would bring about a decrease in crime. "The answer ...
86.College of Pharmacy Loses $3 Million University Loan Morningside Move Seems Uncertain [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]Columbia Daily Spectator 15 December 1965... on the site of its proposed new home. Before eviction can take place, the' school must prove that it ...
87.Tenants’ Lawyers Charge Loan Loss Hinders Evictions Claim Pharmacy Lacks Construction Funds [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 16 December 1965... loan further weakens Pharmacy's case in its proceedings for eviction certificates. Richard Levinson and Martin Berger, in a joint ...
88.Columbia Daily Spectator 17 February 1966... make the move. He said he is "optimistic" that eviction certificates granted by the city Rent and Rehabilitation Administration ...
89.College of Pharmacy Abandons Plans to Move to Morningside CU Will Probably Buy Local Site [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]Columbia Daily Spectator 21 February 1966... on the proposed site have ! organized to resist eviction, and | four years of court litigation and adverse ...
90.Columbia Daily Spectator 23 February 1966... that it is still too early to feel that eviction is no longer a threat. "That depends on what ...
91.Report Will Call For Continuation Of CU Fraternities Sleeves Asserts Study Takes Optimistic View [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 25 February 1966... at Columbia. If fraternities were permitted to continue after eviction from their present quarters, they would have to relocate ...
92.Columbia Daily Spectator 2 March 1966... that any plans for new structures would mean their eviction from the present ones, have declared that these buildings ...
94.Columbia Daily Spectator 24 March 1966... Abbott, Treasurer of Barnard, claimed that the fears of eviction voiced by the tenants in the building "were largely ...
95.Columbia Daily Spectator 22 April 1966... organize against what they feel will ultimately be their eviction from 620 W. 116 th St., a recent Barnard ...
96.Columbia Daily Spectator 17 October 1966... by the Dean's Office and a threeyear warning before eviction. One of these recommendations materialized this summer with the ...
97.Columbia Daily Spectator 19 October 1966... of Ferris Booth Hall, was on vacation when the eviction took place. Although he indicates that the outcome of ...
98.Columbia Daily Spectator 3 November 1966... and that the present residents need not to fear eviction. "We wouldn't enter into anything of this sort unless ...
100.Politicians Request Results of Inquiry Into CU Evictions Charge City Suppressed Investigation Findings [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 13 December 1966... the results of an investigation into Columbia's housing and eviction policies. In a letter to William Booth, chairman of ...