• Storm of student protest over Gaza gathers force

    Sit-ins at 16 universities spell return to radicalism, fuelled by social networking and blogs Anthea Lipsett & Alison Benjamin guardian.co.uk, Friday 23 January 2009 17.33 GMT A group of 15 students are sitting at the back of the lecture theatre. Some are wearing scarves associated with the Palestinian movement, others hold the Palestinian flag. They […]

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  • IT’S TIME FOR THE US CAMPUSES AND STUDENTS TO MOVE!

    PALESTINIAN STUDENTS–TAKE THE LEAD! 8 universities in the UK have occupied lecture halls on their campuses, with specific demands. SOAS and the London School of Economics have both SUCCESSFULLY concluded their occupations! And now six more, including Essex, Oxford, and Newcastle. We can do it too! These were some of the specific demands, 1) statement […]

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  • Protests over Gaza spread to eight English universities

    Anthea Lipsett guardian.co.uk, Thursday 22 January 2009 13.38 GMT As student protests over the bombing of Gaza spread to eight universities across England today, the director of the London School of Economics, Sir Howard Davies, issued a joint statement with student protesters saying he understood their concerns and backing a fundraising drive for scholarships for […]

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  • LSE STUDENTS SECOND UNIVERSITY TO HOLD OCCUPATION WITH MORE UNIVERSITIES ABOUT TO JOIN

    LSE STUDENTS SECOND UNIVERSITY TO HOLD OCCUPATION WITH MORE UNIVERSITIES ABOUT TO JOIN Over forty pro Palestine students have occupied a lecture theatre at the London School of Economics to demand that the university releases a statement condemning the attack on Gaza and that it divest from arms companies that supply the Israeli military. Students […]

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