#NotAgainSU supporters block traffic on Crouse and Waverly avenues for more than 90 minutes Wednesday afternoon.
The student movement’s ninth day in Crouse-Hind intensifies as negotiations with SU’s Administration seem to be at a standstill.
Chancellor Syverud responds, movement issues new demands and graduate students continue to strike.
Episode 1: Updates from NotAgainSU’s Crouse-Hinds protest, SU men’s basketball win and the Pride Union 18th annual Drag Show
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.
With suspensions lifted and donations delivered to Crouse-Hinds, #NotAgainSU proceeded with its efforts to get its demands met.
After SU administrators and occupiers could not reach an agreement late Tuesday, #NotAgainSU protestors continued their sit-in on Wednesday.
About 20 student protestors plan to spend a second night in the campus building despite facing suspensions.
Student activists took over Crouse-Hinds Hall Monday evening, again calling for administration to resign. Several students who refused to leave say they have been suspended
The writer and educator spoke Tuesday night at Hendricks Chapel as part of SU’s University Lectures series.