Report on protest policies discussed at UC Regents meeting

UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Christopher Edley addresses the UC Board of Regents on the protest report he drafted with UC Counsel Charles Robinson.
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UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Christopher Edley addresses the UC Board of Regents on the protest report he drafted with UC Counsel Charles Robinson.

SACRAMENTO — The UC Board of Regents commended and critiqued a draft report analyzing UC protest procedures at its meeting Wednesday, though many of the report’s recommendations will not be fully implemented for months. After an interruption by protesters earlier in the day that forced the regents to move to Read More…

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Protesters interrupt UC Regents meeting

Regents move into closed session as demonstrators interject with chants

SACRAMENTO — UC students dressed as inmates in a “debtor’s prison” interrupted Wednesday’s UC Board of Regents meeting as the board began to discuss a report critiquing UC campus responses to student protests. The board moved into closed session as about 20 protesters stood up and circled the public seating Read More…