In the last 24 hours, Austin law enforcement has arrested at least 34 members of a pro-Palestinian group who tried to establish a protest camp on the University of Texas campus.

University President Jay Hartzell stated that "the group, attempting to occupy part of the campus, broke university rules and ignored calls to vacate the premises."

Meanwhile, at the University of Southern California, police apprehended roughly 50 participants in pro-Palestinian demonstrations, with university officials accusing them of vandalism.

At Columbia University, leadership declared that, after negotiations, they would not take immediate action against participants in the "protest camp" for the next 48 hours, citing significant progress in talks.

The university disclosed that protesters have agreed to ensure that all non-affiliates leave campus, adhere to fire safety regulations, and refrain from using discriminatory or offensive language.

In the past 24 hours, "protest camps" have emerged at Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Brown University, Humboldt University, and California State Polytechnic University.