Monthly Archives: April 2011

Budget Advocacy, Yudof Style

Mark G. Yudof’s latest propaganda email missive touts the Office of the President’s ramped-up advocacy efforts in Sacramento. How many times have we heard the administration say “Never fear, dear subjects students and faculty, we will take the message to … Continue reading

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CSU Fullerton Now Occupied!

reposted from studentactivism Three days after police broke up an administration building occupation at Sacramento State, students at another CSU campus have launched their own sit-in. Some twenty students at Cal State Fullerton began the sit-in last night at around … Continue reading

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Mystery of Finger-Smashing Swine Solved (Almost)

Reposted from ReclaimUC: Is the asshole who, as thosewhouseit has discovered, smashed our compañera‘s hand so hard with his baton that he literally severed her fingers. For no reason. She was resting her hand on a metal barricade. The image above comes from this video, … Continue reading

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Riot Cops Raid Sac State Occupation at 3:30 AM

The occupation has ended. At 3:24 am, while most of the occupiers were asleep, 25 riot cops came in through the back of Sacramento Hall, armed with batons, tasers, guns, helmets, and zip ties. Students were told that they had … Continue reading

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Images from an Occupation (at CSU Sacramento)

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Cops lock doors at Sac State, Occupation Still Strong

At 5 o’clock, the cops locked the doors to Sacramento Hall, with the occupiers inside. 50 students are holding strong, and have decided to stay overnight. Updates more to come.

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Sac State Occupiers Meet with President, Occupation Continues

Earlier today, the occupiers at CSUS met with the university’s president, Alexander Gonzalez, in an attempt to negotiate their demands. The list of demands consists of the following: 1. A moratorium on managerial raises and salaries; Funding must be focused … Continue reading

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