Student Protest Movement
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November 14, 2014
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6 / 1661
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These students (mostly white, middle
class) believed they were being held down by overbearing University rules.
Student life was governed by the policy of in loco parentis, which allowed colleges to act
"in place of the parents."
Off campus,these young people were considered adults, but at school they were
subjected to curfews, dorm visitation restrictions, close supervision, and rules against
having a car or even renting an apartment...
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Not only were these students being treated as
children in this respect, but there were also heavy restrictions put on what they could and
could not discuss. Any issues, especially political, not directly related to the university
were strictly prohibited. Only sandbox issues, those related to university issues were
allowed on campus...
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