MIT Students Demand More Say in University Decisions

For starters, they want school to lay off on hackers.

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Around 70 Massachusetts Institute of Technology students staged a protest last week, demanding more say in the university decision-making process, the Tech reports. The Campaign for Students' hodgepodge of grievances include better housing and dining options, as well as more nerdy fare, such as a lack of protections and support for hackers, which they cite as evidence of "a blatant misunderstanding of the hacking tradition" at MIT.