Administrators, #NotAgainSU disagree on negotiation outcomes
After Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost John Liu sent a campus wide email, detailing the demands agreed upon during negotiations, #NotAgainSU voice their frustrations
#NotAgainSU, administrators meet for third day of negotiations
Student protestors and school officials have been holding four-hour sessions to discuss demands tied to the Crouse-Hinds Hall occupation.
#NotAgainSU adds demands while gaining support
The student movement's ninth day in Crouse-Hind intensifies as negotiations with SU's Administration seem to be at a standstill.
“Their demands are our demands.”
Chancellor Syverud responds, movement issues new demands and graduate students continue to strike.
Faculty, graduate students express concerns about administration
On Friday, #NotAgainSU protestors began their fifth day of their occupation of Crouse-Hinds, raising questions about building hours as graduate students go on strike to show support.
Crouse-Hinds Hall returns to business while protest persists
With suspensions lifted and donations delivered to Crouse-Hinds, #NotAgainSU proceeded with its efforts to get its demands met.
Syverud rescinds suspensions of student protestors
After SU administrators and occupiers could not reach an agreement late Tuesday, #NotAgainSU protestors continued their sit-in on Wednesday.
#NotAgainSU rejects administration’s bid to end Crouse-Hinds sit-in
About 20 student protestors plan to spend a second night in the campus building despite facing suspensions.
Governor Cuomo issues statement calling for independent investigator
SU administration issues edict banning all fraternity social activities following Saturday's verbal assault on a black student at College Place.
Syracuse police make arrest in pro-protest graffiti incidents
An 18-year-old Syracuse University freshman was charged after graffiti was discovered in and around Irving Garage and Bird Library