Tag: Santa Monica College

PRESS RELEASE: April 16th Occupy Colleges Solidarity Action against tuition hikes and police aggression

PRESS RELEASE: April 16th Occupy Colleges Solidarity Action against tuition hikes and police aggression

| April 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

For Immediate Release Press Contact: Natalia Abrams 323-642-8102   Written for Occupy Colleges by Diana Delgado APRIL 16 STUDENTS RALLY AGAINST TUITION HIKES & VIOLENCE AGAINST STUDENTS Inspired by Santa Monica College student demonstrations, students hold solidarity march for quality and affordable education and against police violence against students NEW YORK, NY (April 5, 2012) […]

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“LET US IN, SHAME ON YOU” Occupy Colleges Press Release on Santa Monica College

“LET US IN, SHAME ON YOU” Occupy Colleges Press Release on Santa Monica College

| April 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

For Immediate Release Press Contact: Natalia Abrams 323-642-8102 Written for Occupy Colleges by Diana Delgado   “LET US IN, SHAME ON YOU” Administrators fail to make proper accommodations for over 100 students wanting to speak at a public meeting held to address a 400% tuition hike that would affect all California community college students LOS […]

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AGAIN!!!  Santa Monica College student pepper sprayed.

AGAIN!!! Santa Monica College student pepper sprayed.

| April 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

About 100 students protesting a plan to offer high-priced courses at Santa Monica College this summer tried to storm into a meeting of the college’s Board of Trustees on Tuesday evening. A handful of protesters suffered minor injuries as campus police tried to prevent dozens of chanting students from disrupting the meeting during a public […]

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Santa Monica College To Offer More Expensive Courses For Students Who Can Afford Them (VIDEO)

Santa Monica College To Offer More Expensive Courses For Students Who Can Afford Them (VIDEO)

| March 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

Under a new controversial plan, Santa Monica College, depicted here, will begin offering courses that are five times more expensive for students who can afford them. After millions of dollars in budget cuts over the last few years, Santa Monica College says that help is on the way — thanks to a controversial new plan […]

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