Question of the Day – Do you think Occupy CSUN was making any progress by being on our campus?

Kimberly Anderson

CSUN Occupy had been camped out on the Oviatt Lawn for two weeks in order to make a difference on our campus and to get students more aware of the issues that are affecting us.
As groups in other cities continue to occupy and stand tall to make a difference, CSUN Occupy tried uniting students to make a change.

Since tuition has gone up yet again for the spring semester, students in the Occupy CSUN have come together to inspire other students to get involved and have a say in what happens in our school. Is this approach to the issue an effective one?