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Columbia University students arrested Tuesday night after taking over Hamilton Hall are beginning to be released today after spending the night in jail. They were greeted by a cheering crowd of fellow anti-Israel protesters gathered outside One Police Plaza in Manhattan.
A total of 282 people were arrested, the NYPD said at a press conference Wednesday morning: 173 at City University of New York and 109 at Columbia.
Previous 1 of 34 Next NYPD seen on Columbia’s campus. FOX News Shortly before entering the Morningside Heights campus at 9:13 p.m., about 100 cops from the NYPD’s Emergency Service Unit packed into buses and headed to Columbia in preparation for the university’s call for help. Peter Gerber Advertisement NYPD officers in riot gear break into a building at Columbia University. AFP via Getty Images Nearly 300 agitators were arrested at Columbia and CUNY Tuesday night. James Keivom Police use a special vehicle to enter Hamilton Hall which was occupied by protesters, as other officers enter the campus of Columbia University, during the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas. REUTERS Advertisement Members of the New York Police Department detain protestors who did not leave the encampment. James Keivom Police use a special vehicle to enter Hamilton Hall. REUTERS NYPD stormed the campus to break up protests in Hamilton Hall and a pro-Palestinian encampment. James Keivom Advertisement Protesters link arms as other police officers enter the campus of Columbia University on Tuesday night. REUTERS Police detain a protester, as other police officers enter the campus of Columbia University. REUTERS A NYPD officer arrests a protester Tuesday evening. Getty Images Advertisement Student protestors are arrested by police and removed from the campus of Columbia University on April 30, 2024 in New York City. Getty Images NYPD raided the Ivy League school’s campuses on Tuesday evening. AFP via Getty Images Anti-Israel protesters were seen being filed into buses by NYPD. AFP via Getty Images Advertisement NYPD officers transport arrested students in a bus. AFP via Getty Images NYPD officers arrive in riot gear Tuesday night. AFP via Getty Images Police use a special vehicle to enter Hamilton Hall which protesters occupied. REUTERS Advertisement The anti-Israel protesters blocked access to the elevators using wooden chairs found inside the building. via REUTERS Glass windows were smashed by the protesters after they broke into the academic building on April 30, 2024. via REUTERS A police officer stands outside a door with broken glass after the NYPD cleared Hamilton Hall of protesters on April 30, 2024. via REUTERS Advertisement Chain and tools are left on the ground as demonstrators from the pro-Palestine encampment barricade themselves inside Hamilton Hall. Getty Images A countless amount of windows were pictured smashed and shattered throughout the building. via REUTERS Columbia University’s Hamilton Hall was left looking like a war zone after protestors smashed windows. via REUTERS Advertisement Pro-Palestinian protestors gather in front of Hamilton Hall at Columbia University in New York, New York, USA, 30 April 2024. OLGA FEDEROVA/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock Protestors set up barricades and destroyed furniture during their occupation of the building. Getty Images Advertisement
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