Hahn Student Services building is put on “restricted access” in anticipation of student protest
Administrators restricted access to Hahn Student Services on Tuesday afternoon in anticipation of a student protest. As a result students waited in line at the door hoping to change their classes on the last day of the add/drop period.
Occupy California, the student group that occupied Kerr Hall in November, advertised a planned “Anti-Repression Gathering and March” to take place on Jan. 26 in Quarry Plaza. Fliers were posted on campus advertising the event, demanding charges against students arrested in recent protests against the fee hikes be dropped.
In preparation for the student action, Vice Chancellor David Kliger made a preemptive decision to lock the doors of Hahn Student Services, allowing students in individually with a staff escort, said Building Coordinator Ellen Ziff.
“Our doors are locked because of the planned protest today,” Ziff said. “It’s unfortunate, but we have to take reasonable precautions when we hear there might be a problem…”
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