Columbia University College Republicans

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The Columbia University College Republicans represent Republicans in the undergraduate Columbia-affiliated schools. Their membership is small relative to the Columbia University College Democrats, but their events and positions are usually controversial on the generally-liberal Columbia campus, which has often resulted in a disproportionately high turnout and media coverage of their events.

They have become less controversial after the departure of Chris Kulawik. However they have recently drawn criticism from Muslim organizations for hosting David Horowitz, who spoke out against "Islamo-fascism," and the Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who is widely regarded as anti-Muslim.

The CRs have a (now-defunct) little brother called C4.

They also sometimes share views with the College Libertarians.

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