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TheΒ Campus Times is live tracking the Wallis Hall sit-ins protest demanding the University of Rochester initiate academic divestment from Israel, the protest outside the building, and the administrative response to it. Below are X post threads with updates. The latest thread will appear at the top. You will have to click the X post to read the full thread. This article is being continually updated.

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