Stanford files felony charges against pro-Palestine protestors, brings back SAT

Stanford files felony charges against pro-Palestine protestors, brings back SAT


(The Center Square) – Just after felony charges were announced against pro-Palestine protestors, Stanford University declared applicants would be required to submit ACT or SAT scores for fall 2025 admission.

Stanford filed felony burglary charges against the 13 protestors, including one Stanford Daily reporter, for barricading themselves in the university president’s and provost’s office building. Involved students, who had bail set at $20,000, are banned from the campus until June 12, and seniors will not be allowed to graduate.

The protestors demanded the school’s divestment from Israel, financial disclosure from the 2022 fiscal year, and dropping disciplinary and criminal charges against all pro-Palestine students.

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“Thirteen individuals were arrested inside Building 10 this morning. In addition to going through the law enforcement process, any arrested individuals

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