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Cal Poly Students Demand $140K for ‘Marginalized’ Peers

Students at California Polytechnic State University are calling on the school to allocate more than $140,000 toward “marginalized” students on campus, claiming that the school lacks diversity. One student even argues that the university is “really hard for us to be at,” adding that marginalized students are “being pushed out.”

Protesters rally at Teachers College at Columbia University October 10, 2007, in New York City. Black professor Madonna Constantine discovered a hangman's noose on her office door at the prestigious college yesterday sparking anger at the campus. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Cal Poly Faculty Votes to Ban Chick-fil-A from Campus

Faculty at California Polytechnic University recently voted to ban Chick-fil-A from campus, accusing the restaurant’s charity arm of being “in violation of our values” and suggesting that Chick-fil-A’s presence on campus is similar to having pornography or a Hooters establishment at the school. The university president, however, is expected to veto the faculty vote.

Chick-fil-A protest

‘Underrepresented’ Students Issue Demands at Cal Poly

“Underrepresented” students from an unrecognized consortium of minority student groups at Cal Poly–known as SLO Solidarity–have joined the ranks of other student-led protests throughout the country and presented a list of 41 demands for diversity initiatives for administrators to implement.

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