Emergency! The Student Code of Conduct has gone missing!

This morning, UCMeP awoke to an unsettling development. It seems UC Berkeley’s Code of Student Conduct (which we all know is responsible for ensuring proper campus comportment) has gone missing!

See for yourself:

With no one telling us what we shouldn’t do, well, we really do not know what to do!

To think of all the consequences this state of exception could have on the swift and efficient privatization of the University of California chills UCMeP to the bone.

Without the University’s ability to refer to a highly malleable document full of logical contradictions with no legal foundation, how will the OSC be able to persecute students who want to save public education?

We only hope that this does not mean that the disciplinary charges against the 100+ criminals-formerly-known-as-students-who-were-never-charged-with-crimes-but-why-should-that-stop-the-Office-of-Student-Conduct-from-pursuing-their-own-trumped-up-charges  aren’t going to be dropped. That would be an injustice!

Vice Chancellor Le Grande, HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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3 responses to “Emergency! The Student Code of Conduct has gone missing!

  1. Dean JP

    Why should these young ruffians be allowed to view the code in the first place? They are terrorists! I should issue another secret directive suspending the disciplinary timeline! Protect the homeland!

  2. Dear Fighters for Democracy,
    If you can make it we would like a short educational presentation at our conference this coming Saturday Feb 20. We in the labor movement need to be educated about the necessary need for privatization.

    In Solidarity,
    Steve Zeltzer
    UPWA
    2/20 SF Meeting; DEFEND PUBLIC EDUCATION AND ALL PUBLIC SERVICES

    DEFEND PUBLIC EDUCATION AND

    ALL PUBLIC SERVICES

    Unite The 1.5 Million Public Workers In CA

    CA Public Workers Conference

    February 20, 2010 San Francisco

    The deepening economic decline of California and the United States threatens the maintenance of public services including education, transit, healthcare and all local, regional and state jobs. Additionally, the collapse of housing prices in California will have a long term impact on the revenue stream for education and other public services. The need for a unified political strategy and action plan for the defense of public services and the users of these services is critical.

    The continued successful efforts by anti-labor forces using this crisis to make structural changes to bring privatization of education and the outsourcing and destruction of our public services through furloughs and lay-offs of education of public services is growing. Already the Democratic controlled legislature has voted for “The Race To The Top” which will privatize more of California education and their legislative analyst is proposing a 10% wage cut for all California state workers.

    This year the need to have a united mass action that unites all million public workers and those threatened with the lost of their public services to act together collectively is vital. Public workers cannot solve this crisis only by isolated actions in their district, college, city or county.

    The California Faculty Association, the California Federation of Teachers, the UTLA, the OEA, APC, UESF, the California Federation of Labor, the San Francisco Labor Council, UPTE, AFSCME 444, UPWA.info and many other organizations have called for support to the March 4 strike and actions to defend public services.

    A statewide public workers conference has been supported by the Northern California organizing committee for this March 4 Action and UPWA to address these important issues and unite the 1.5 million public workers in California with a platform and program of action.

    Initial List Of Speakers:

    Diane Brown, Progressive Teachers Of Richmond, Member of UTR*

    Charles Smith, Former Chief Steward AFSCME Local 444

    Cecily Myart-Cruz, UTLA West Area Chair*

    Wren Bradley, Deputy Chair SEIU 521 Santa Clara County Employees

    George Wright, AFT 1493* Skyline College

    Nate Holmes, SEIU 1021* Steward

    Maria Lourdes Nocedal, UESF*

    John S. James, APC Council Member Chief Steward, CSU Chico

    Vicky Legion, AFT 2121* San Francisco City College

    Ron Dicks, IFPTE Local 21* and V.P. Western Region IFPTE

    Peter Byrne, Journalist Investigating The UC Regents

    Representative From UPTE UCB

    Harold Brown, past president BART ATU 1555*

    *for information only

    Saturday February 20, 2010 10:00 AM-3:00 PM

    ILWU Local 34

    800 2nd St./Embarcadero next to AT&T Ballpark,SF

    Initiated by

    United Public Workers For Action http://www.upwa.info

    March 4 Northern California Organizing Committee

    Endorsed By APC, TWSC, SF P&F

    For information call (415)867-0628

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