Monthly Archives: December 2009

Rally January 4 – noon – UCI flagpoles

From the facebook event: Many of us just paid our Winter Quarter fees; but with the new fee hike going into effect, some of our friends and classmates couldn’t. Administration has made it clear that the cuts and hikes were … Continue reading

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Of Many Tasers and Batons, a Few Torches and Rocks, and the Way Forward

(from Occupy CA) Of Many Tasers and Batons, a Few Torches and Rocks, and the Way Forward The actions and arrests that occurred on Friday night at Chancellor Birgeneau’s residence have provoked a moment of pause and recalibration among those … Continue reading

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Translation guide for understanding UC press releases

(reposted from elsewhere) “We wish to remind everyone of the limits of protest”: being on campus at any given time may be an offense punishable by police brutality. “Members of the university community”: People punishable without due process by university … Continue reading

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Shockwaves

The following was posted as a comment, responding to the post “From a Community College Student.”  We offer this testimony to our critics at UCI, around the UC, and elsewhere.  We present this as evidence that the success of an … Continue reading

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The Voice in the Machine

From UC Rebel Radio: Recent statements from the UC Administration and UC Academic Senate have made it clear that they have initiated a campaign against the student movement by appropriating its language and emphasizing that it lacks “civility” and “respect” … Continue reading

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Langson Library Now Open 24 Hours

From Occupy CA: IRVINE – Responding to plans to occupy Langson Library on Friday, December 4 – the weekend before final exams – and threats of an indefinite study-in, the UCI administration decided on Tuesday to open the library from … Continue reading

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE OCCUPATION OF THE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSTY OF ATHENS.

(sent to us from some Greek comrades) Approximately 150-160 people have been detained as a means of terrorisation whilst also preventing and deterring others from participating in demonstrations marking the anniversary of the murder of a 15 year old youth … Continue reading

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