TakeClassActionStudents and faculty across the California State University system staged concurrent protests Wednesday, railing against the recent history of rising administrative costs, alongside higher student fees, and cutbacks in course offerings and the professors teaching those classes.

Rally A modest but energized crowd of students, faculty and observers gathered outside Stevenson Hall on the Sonoma State campus during the noon hour Wednesday, part of a coordinated statewide series of protests. While volunteers circulated post cards and cell phones to relay calls for change to CSU Chancellor Charles Reed, a series of speakers denounced his administration's lack of support for the school's educational mission, and pre-emptive expansion of the CSU's managerial staff and infrastructure, at the expense of students and teachers.


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