Several speakers and over 150 protesters gathered to protest the cuts this afternoon.
The almost 6-hour occupation of the Administration Building was spontaneous and unexpectedly successful.
Protesters are demanding the reversal of cuts made to the School of Medical Sciences.
Other course cuts have not been reversed.
Despite groups remaining under 19 in total attendees, police began clearing the various actions within 10 minutes of speeches beginning.
The decision comes in response to the expected revenue downfall in 2021.
This is the second education rally in the last month to have been shut down by police on campus.
The proposal also suggests unpaid days of leave and reduced research hours.
Executive of the National Union of Students, Alisha Aitken-Radburn, offers her opinion on why you should march in tomorrow’s National Day of Action.
A convocation will ensure all voices are heard in the conversation around University cuts, writes Timothy Scriven.