Reading the description and all, this is one of the most confusing things I've ever seen:

"Students form a perimeter around the #ConcernedStudent1950 tent village and ask media to leave. This is what civic-level censorship looks like at a university with the largest and oldest public college for journalism."



Why would students miss out on precious class time?

"The activist group was formed to fight back against the racial hostility that has been allowed to persist on the University of Missouri's campus without any response or plan of action"
http://www.bustle.com/articles/12257...-by-a-standout

I figured that if you have at least some sort of outside journalism, we could get a full range and scope of views about ConcernedStudent1950, instead of making it look like some gathering of tyrants that use the same thing they're fighting against.

Opinions?