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

At Yale College, demonstrators declined dealings with the public authority, which requested that they end the shows, leave the camps and meet with the school's overseers. Subsequent to opposing a few admonitions, the public authority permitted police to clear camps. Around 60 dissidents, 47 of whom were understudies, were captured.

Harvard College additionally went to safeguard lengths by locking most doors of the celebrated Harvard Yard and restricting section to those with school ID. Signs were additionally positioned cautioning against setting up tents or tables without authorization. In spite of this, camps have been set up and fights are continuous.