Friday, September 25, 2009
If you're going to protest at the UA, you better not be messy about it! Tim McDonnell and Hank Dean Stephenson (who labored as an intern for us earlier this year) bring us the news that UA cops arrested a student for writing on buildings in chalk to highlight a protest about university funding issues:
A UA graduate student was arrested on campus after yesterday’s Arizona for Education Rally and cited on charges of criminal damage and disturbing an educational institution.
His crime: drawing with chalk.
Way to bear down on free speech, UA!