If you'll remember correctly from the controversy surrounding the banning of David Daleiden and Kyle Kinneberg, Feldblum insisted that the reason the boys were banned was that they were disruptive. It was not that they were pro-life.
Dean Feldblum, by the way, maintains that she had the right to ban those students and that they were disruptive of the proceedings of the Women's Union, even though the video from the event shows just the opposite. (They were unfailingly polite.)
Well, I wonder what Dean Feldblum will do now that we have many of her very own students on tape disrupting the proceedings on campus by effectively shutting down Frary. Reportedly, several of the members of the coalition for workers and staff stood in the door, Wallace-style, and prevented students from entering.
This first video was filmed at around 5:00 PM. As you can see, one of the protestors who was leading it, walked out of the shot, making me wonder why it is he's unwilling to be on camera if he's so proud of what he's doing. He also said that I was not an honest observer of the event. To be fair towards him, I have kept the videos entirely unedited.
I came back after I ate at Collins to see what was going on. Apparently, the coalition members were standing in front of the door to block students who wanted to enter. They were led by the guy who is pictured here. (Does anyone know his name?)
Here's some of the promotional material that the protestors put up throughout Pomona's campus. As you'll notice it doesn't have any official stamping on it saying that it is permissible. Now to be fair, I oppose that stamping, but still I find it odd that no one else has brought up the lax enforcement.
This is the video I took on the other side of Frary. As you can see, at around 6:00 PM, there are several students who are eating their dinners. As they told me off camera, they really enjoyed the banning, but they were upset that there were no tacos present.
This food was brought down by a member of the dining hall staff. He also brought water for the students. Unfortunately, this shows that the workers were supportive of the forced boycott. Given that the protestors probably did not pay for the tacos or the burritos, doesn't this constitute stealing? Will Dean Feldblum punish these students? (The chubby guy in the second video told the students to eat up.)