After 6 intense weeks, we left occupation of the Gordon Aikman Lecture Theatre. This is far from the end – we are continuing to campaign on our…… Read more “So, what did we achieve?”
On Tuesday afternoon, student and staff protesters at the University of Edinburgh will leave the occupied Gordon Aikman Lecture Theatre after 6 weeks of sustained action. Exactly…… Read more “The occupation is over – but this is not the end”
Investments disclosures reveal holdings in the arms trade. Editor’s note: This post is a guest contribution from a supporter of the occupation, it reflects his personal views,…… Read more “Does the University of Edinburgh profit from bombing campaigns like the one in Syria?”
Une déclaration de solidarité avec des étudiants occupants en France, en français et en anglais. / A statement of solidarity with occupying students in France, in French…… Read more “Solidarité / solidarity”
Yesterday, 64% of UCU voting members accepted the UUK proposed deal. The occupation acknowledges the will of the majority of voters, but we stand strong in our…… Read more “Statement on UCU and UUK agreement”
In response to the lack of understanding Principal Mathieson showed yesterday when we told him that we felt disrespected and undermined by his unannounced visit, one of the members of our community wrote an anonymous letter directed to him.
Why did the occupation change its name to the Real Edinburgh Futures Institute? The Occupation inaugurated the Gordon Aikman Lecture Theatre as The Real Edinburgh Futures Institute… Read more "FAQ: Edinburgh Futures Institute"
Principal Mathieson and the Deputy Secretary for Student Experience Gavin Douglas arrived unannounced to the Occupied Gordon Aikman Lecture Theatre at about noon Thursday. This visit followed…… Read more “UPDATE: Principal Shows Up Unannounced!”
Principal Mathieson lack of engagement with an ongoing month-long student initiative, protesting on central campus, shows his lack of willingness to address the concerns of students and staff who have been actively and consistently trying to reach him.
Dear Principal Mathieson, Many thanks for getting back to us directly. We were sorry that you and the other members of senior management chose not to visit…… Read more “Our Reply to Principal Mathieson”