We must remember the history of the Lenape people who lived here before us.
Columbia's indigenous community has a lot to reflect on when considering the intersection of being Native and American.
In 2010, three fraternities lost their brownstones on 114th Street after Operation Ivy League. This fall, the Brownstone Review Committee will evaluate 13 groups that applied for the open brownstones.
A brownstone for indigenous people would attract more indigenous students at Columbia.
CUCR needs to consider history more carefully when celebrating Columbus Day.
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