There was a new demonstration at college today but it was because of yesterday as well. However, today everyone was even fueled with anger when the so-called 'meeting' did not quite happen. I'm not entirely sure about the details since I was in class for a good 8 hours and missed all the fun.
By the time I got out the police had arrived and I was informed that our Head (I dunno, CEO whatever but he owns the damn college) had been 'released' by the police (a.k.a he left from the QnA with the students) and they were trying to detain all the students responsible for starting the demonstration (90% being senior students).
I am not entirely sure about all this since I have been TOLD and did NOT witness it.
I boarded the bus quickly but from my seat, I saw that the number of students participating today was more than yesterday. Somehow it made me kind of happy and silly. We've all felt like we got swindled by the college, trust me, but I'm too much of a coward to face the higher-ups about it. I've still got 3 sems to go and I really don't want to give that up. Seeing so much of our students together fighting for OUR rights (theirs as well as mine) does leave me proud though. I hope their peaceful demonstration will bear fruitful results.
I condemn those stupid bloody idiotic fuckers who resorted to vandalism even after the admin at facebook had told us against doing so.
We are trying our best to do a PEACEFUL (though it gets noisy at times) demonstration. They are not helping it.
I think by tonight, videos and pictures of today's demonstration will be all over facebook. Hope you enjoy them.
I did not, at ANY instance or in ANY case, participate in the demonstration. I am a bystander in this case.
It's a bit shameful, I know but I still have 3 sems to go and I really, really love studying in KLMU despite the entirely lacking and unprofessional management.
I wish the best of luck
to those who are really fighting for your rights.