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University officials are bracing for massive protests after hearing the conservative commentator intends to speak Thursday at Sproul Plaza — the sprawling space at the center of the California campus that has been the site of demonstrations for decades. Coulter said she hopes the university will provide “an appropriate room” for the event.
Community activists say the D.C. government has undermined a new law giving the District greater oversight of companies that collect student loan payments by failing to hire a point person for the task.