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Thursday’s USAS sit-in, a video by the Collegian

usassitinHighlights in the video:

Graham Spanier does not have an open door policy, he has ‘Office Hours.’ Don’t really know what that means.

The administration had people at the rally with the Honduran workers, and got annoyed when the workers were late. (We’re still trying to figure out how they paid for their national college tour.)

“Uh… nothing’s changed for us since yesterday,” says the University spokesman, with just a little bit of sass.

Spanier’s office closes at 5:00 pm, but no, he does not stop by to “pick up his stuff” every night on his way home.

“Are you giving us a direct order to leave?”

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