Students still have rights, even if it annoys school administrations when we assert them.
As the Western Gateway Development project threatens the possible destruction of Guilford Woods, students and community members gather on Mckeldin Mall to protest the destruction of natural land. As of Oct. 28, the project is halted while the university further examines the land’s environmental importance. Filmed by Sage Levy and Amelia Jarecke. Edited by Sage Levy.
An anti-abortion advocacy group decorated Hornbake Plaza with graphic images on signs and on a jumbotron.
Backlash to the development has grown this semester, with opponents blasting the university for standing by a development that would cause deforestation.
As students marched from McKeldin Library to Fraternity Row, their anger and frustration was palpable.
Will Witt was promoting his book "How to Win Friends and Influence Enemies: Taking On Liberal Arguments with Logic and Humor."
It’s time to stop falling for the corporate propaganda and greenwashing PR stunts.
The protesters pushed for federal and state climate action.
The march demanded that a pathway to citizenship remain in the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package.