Occupy UC Davis
A judge has tentatively ruled that the University of California must remove officers’ names from a report on the pepper-spraying of student demonstrators by campus police last fall.
An Oakland judge said Friday that the University of California can release most but not all of a long-awaited report on the pepper-spraying of protesters at UC Davis last November.
A judge has temporarily barred the University of California from releasing a report about the pepper-spraying of student protesters by police officers at UC Davis.
Nineteen student and alumni are suing the University of California, Davis over a pepper-spraying incident by campus police during an occupy protest last November.
The chancellor of the University of California, Davis is facing a faculty vote on her ability to lead the campus following the widely condemned pepper-spraying of student protesters.
A small group of University of California students have taken over a vacant building on the Davis campus.
Prosecutors have decided not to charge any of the protesters who were arrested at the University of California, Davis the day campus police used pepper-spray on a group that had blocked a sidewalk.
Lawmakers began a broader inquiry over of how colleges have responded to non-violent Occupy protests.
Regents are meeting by teleconference from 4 different campuses, after last week’s cancellation of their San Francisco-based meeting because of security threats.
UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi is now fighting calls for her resignation from students and faculty, condemnations from state lawmakers, and mass protests on her 32,000-student campus.