Posted By Erik Cuadros and Jesse Suarez, Feb 28, 2012
Class Gift Donations
Thanks to all those who have already contributed to the Class Gift. For those who haven't contributed yet, maybe this will help:
If we reach our community goal of $7500 and 75% participation, the family of one of our classmates has agreed to potentially match our contributions! That means for every dollar you contribute, King Hall will receive an equal contribution from the family if we reach our goals.
Updates on November 18th Pepper Spraying of Nonviolent, Unarmed UCD Student and Community Protestors
Posted By Rabia Paracha, Maytak Chin, Mo Sakrani, Dec 1, 2011
Students, please attend the Town Hall Meeting between the Graduate and Professional Students and the Chancellor tonight at 6pm in Roessler 66.
In the Law Student's Association's (LSA) statement to the campus community, the LSA called for three things:
- A timely and transparent review of the policies, orders, and tactics utilized during the protest and subsequent events;
- Request for law student representation on all investigative committees organized, including those formed by Chancellor Katehi, the UC Davis Academic Senate, and the UC Office of the President; and
- That student concerns over continuous fee hikes, which led to the November 18th protest, not be forgotten.
Posted By Rabia Paracha, Dec 1, 2011
Dear King Hall Community Members,
On Tuesday, November 22nd, at UC Davis School of Law (King Hall), the student body and faculty held an open forum discussing the events of November 18, 2011. As representatives of a law school committed to promoting the same ideals espoused by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., our namesake, the Law Students Association Board deems it necessary to speak out.
What transpired has elicited strong and passionate responses from the undergraduate and graduate student bodies at UC Davis, and also within the King Hall community. LSA recognizes and respects the diversity of opinions at King Hall, and the LSA Board strongly supports lawful discourse by students in accordance with constitutional values. We respect and encourage a nonviolent dialogue that keeps within our Principles of Community.