At 5:13 p.m. Friday, 17 demonstrators ate dates to break their weeklong hunger strike.
Dana RichieSenior Staff Writer
Dana Richie is a senior staff writer for Arts and Culture and the photo chief. She enjoys using multiple forms of media to capture peoples’ stories and quirks. In her free time, she loves knitting, learning about local history and playing ultimate frisbee.
The 17 students who remained on hunger strike in support of divestment concluded their now eight-day refusal to eat at 5 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center, along with around 200 other students who joined a 32-hour solidarity fast.
At 8 a.m. Friday, a group of around 150 protesting students — including the 17 students currently participating in a hunger strike — surrounded the Faculty Club building on Benevolent Street to urge the Corporation — the University’s highest governing body — to hear the Brown Divestment Coalition’s ...
On Jan. 17, the Florida Board of Governors voted to replace “Principles of Sociology” with “Introductory Survey to 1877” on the list of approved core graduation requirements for public universities in the state. The new course focuses on a “historically accurate account of America’s founding.” ...
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