RECLAIM CSUF

Reclaim CSUF is the organic, democratic arm of the ongoing student strikes in the California State school system. We were created in response to the unjust practices, economic and otherwise, happening within the school system, as well as acting in solidarity with those who have suffered from police brutality
while peacefully protesting.

Reclaim CSUF is being forced to disband by 5 PM!!!!

CSUF is currently being forced to disband by 5:00P.M. In our efforts we have gathered numerous signatures and support from students, faculty and people from all walks of life in our efforts to democratize the Board of Trustees.  However, in recent communications with the police we have received word that after 5 P.M. anyone at the occupation could be subject to arrest.

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General Assembly tonight @ Main Quad 6:30pm…Be there, spread the word, StayUP and reclaim your university by being a part of the discussion!!!

General Assembly at 6:30pm 11/17/11!!

Hey all! Just a reminder that CSUF is still being occupied. The camp is set up by the North Side of the Library. Tomorrow’s general assembly will be at 6:30pm. Bring some friends, join the movement.

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WHY WE’VE ASSEMBLED:

We pay 29% more in fees today than we did in Fall 2010!
We are being trained for jobs that no longer exist. 
We are being trained for jobs that will never pay us enough to cover the student debt we have taken on. 
We are being (mis)led by a generation of leaders who benefited from the very system that they are now dismantling!
We are being (mis)led by a chancellor who recently gave SDSU president Hirschman a $100,000 raise!!!

ON NOV 16 THE CSU BOARD OF TRUSTEES WILL ON VOTE ON ANOTHER 9% FEE INCREASE

IT IS TIME TO TAKE A STAND!!!!

Stand in solidarity with students across the state.