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Students protest against tuition hikes and more on campus

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The Cal State East Bay Students for Quality Education (SQE) led and organized a day of action on Feb. 1 on the Hayward campus. Students, staff and faculty met near the Recreation and Wellness Center before they marched around campus ultimately ending up at the Student Sevices and Administration Building. SQE presented a list of demands to CSUEB President Leroy M. Morishita and also sent the same list to CSU Chancellor Timpthy P. White. The list included no tuition increases and making all CSU campuses sanctuaries for AB540, undocumented and immigrant students. According to SQE, if the demands are not met they will continue to protest on campus.

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