After a bunch of fellow "activists" decided to be inactive over a supposed "bomb threat" I followed through with protesting a secret administrative closed-door meeting that took place of one that would have been public with student representation. This is in violation of laws on public meetings. The nature of these meetings are during a time of budget cuts across the board with no real solutions, in addition to rising student dissent on campus.
I took my banner sign, "Listen, stop dismissin!" attached to some scrap wood and tried to reach President Rollin Richmond's conference room in Siemens Hall where the administration supposedly was. Turns out undercover plain clothes HSU University Police Department officers were patrolling the vicinity. One of them, Melissa Hansen, was filming us from the shadows of the Van Duser Theater loading dock. Another roamed the building where the president's office is located, Siemens Hall.
When asking about the meeting, the bomb threat and terms casually used by the ad-minions like Carnegie comprehensive, they play dumb. It took some time to get a reply since the cowards already had locked their offices down due to indigenous students who staged a sit-in inside Richmond's office. Glad to have documented this on camera. HSU's student paper, The Lumberjack, picked up on it.