Columbia Students Could Be Disciplined for Disrupting Minuteman's Speech

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Columbia students whose protest stopped a speech last week by Jim Gilchrist, founder of the anti-illegal immigrant Minutemen, could "face charges of rules violations." The Columbia Spectator printed a copy of Columbia President Lee Bollinger's statement.

Meanwhile, opponents of a different event, this one organized in part by the Muslim Students Association, seem to have found a new way to protest. The student group found critical press releases tacked on and around the doors of its prayer room yesterday, the Spectator reports.