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Welcome back to The Ear, The Eye’s podcast dedicated to documenting, detailing, and excavating Columbia’s history!

In this week’s episode, The Ear delves into the murder of Columbia Law professor Wolfgang Friedmann in 1972 and Columbia’s complicated Public Safety response. Reporter Cole Cahill sheds light on the role that students play in shaping these policing decisions and considers how this chapter of Columbia’s history can inform our community’s continued reaction to a strikingly similar tragedy—the death of Barnard first-year Tessa Majors this past fall.

Credits:

McGill Voice Actor: Adam Dornblum

Illustration: Robert Hunter

Music (in order of appearance):

“Running on Empty”—Chad Crouch/Podington Bear

“Pulsars”—Chad Crouch/Podington Bear


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