After Columbia, pro-Palestine protests at other top American universities

She repeated the dissenters' requests, saying: "We are here to stay present and request that the college strip itself from arms organizations and from the Israeli occupation."

MIT understudy Quinn Perian dove into the school's contribution in the brutality unfurling in Gaza, making sense of: "They [MIT] had dispensed more than $11 million in ventures throughout the last 10 years for projects straightforwardly connected with the Israeli Service of Safeguard. MIT assembles the weapons that Israel and the Israeli military use to threaten and bomb Palestinians in Gaza."