Tulane Disciplines Protestors
Following a protest with striking cafeteria workers, Tulane University disciplined three students. The school found the three students guilty of violating the school’s code of conduct.
The students had joined cafeteria workers who were striking over low wages and poor working conditions. Though the school’s code of conduct allows students to protest, it does not allow the protests to disrupt academic life. The school argues it received complaints from students and faculty members who said the protesters were loud enough to disrupt classes and studying.
All three students will be able to graduate on time, despite disciplinary letters.
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