The Nov. 28 occupation of the Hahn Student Business Services Center proved to be a demonstrable shift from the wild defacements of Kerr Hall.
As the Nov. 18 pepper spraying of UC Davis protesters draws national attention, Yudof announces private consultants will examine the Davis actions, and UCPD protocol regarding campus protests.
Law enforcement advisory of possible violence at the event caused the regents to postpone their planning session, originally set for Nov. 16. Despite this cancellation, protests adapted to the situation and plan to protest in the San Francisco Financial District anyway.
San Francisco police arrested an estimated 95 students, teaching assistants (TAs) and community organizers who shut down and occupied a Bank of America location in the San Francisco Financial District Wednesday.
The past two weeks have been tough for Occupy Santa Cruz. The city has issued a camping permit with strict guidelines, city attorneys have filed lawsuits against members of the encampment and the protesters are taking the city to federal court.
Around a dozen students protested the presence of the U.S. Marines and Raytheon, a missile producer, at the job fair on Tuesday morning at the UC Santa Cruz Stevenson Event Center.
Hundreds of graduate students, undergraduate students, faculty, TAs and union workers marched from Quarry Plaza to downtown Santa Cruz yesterday. The march stopped at Wells Fargo and the Occupy Santa Cruz homebase.
Over the years, as fee increases have been voted into effect, it has become difficult for UC students to feel hear. But now, we are presented with the support of the Occupy movement.
As the Occupy Together movement spreads to over 1,500 cities internationally, various contingents face particular challenges. On Oct. 15, Occupy San Francisco (#OccupySF) confronted the issue social classes. Many took to the streets and the action was met with criticism for its disorganization.
If protests can be used as any sort of pulse of the liberal or progressive movements, we’ve gotten a lot less fun, but a lot more focused.