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With the spring semester set to resume January 18th under the spectre of a disrupted campus, Columbia administrators offered a tentative agreement late Thursday.
"We so deeply feel the pain and the injustice of that life promise breached in an act of barbarous violence."
An Italian tourist was also injured in the apparent stabbing spree, but is expected to survive.
The New Jersey native, who oversees Columbia's sprawling West Harlem expansion effort, was taken into custody on Monday.
Robert Hadden was indicted on federal charges for sexually abusing his patients.
"With few undergraduate students living on campus, we have decided that all undergraduate courses will be virtual," the university president said.
In an email sent last week, Columbia said it was conditioning the payment of teaching on the return to the U.S. “to avoid jeopardizing international students’ visa status."
“We will be safer in class than in grocery stores," a Columbia official asserted in an email.
Enrollment of new international students at U.S. universities is projected to decline between 63% to 98%, researchers say.
“We must continue to use the time available to us to prepare for a primarily virtual Fall 2020 in which only a small fraction of courses and support services would be offered in-person."
Some are trying to find new housing as the state converts their dorms to makeshift hospitals.
The teen, who is being charged as an adult, allegedly confessed "he was in the park and tried to take the girl’s phone and 'she was hanging onto her phone' and that he hit her with a knife."
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