Matt Potter 8:22 p.m., March 19
- Protestors blocked Hirshman’s physical progress and forced him to retreat to the safety of a police patrol car. Pinned against the wall, he remained there for over an hour before submitting to the mob’s demands and issuing an apology. Afterwards, he called the experience “harrowing” and “frightening.” “They were shouting and chanting and calling for my head — figuratively, anyway. A university campus is no place for this kind of intellectual mugging."
SDSU President Hirshman demands resignation of students calling for his resignation
“We cannot condone a culture of bullying and intimidation. We must create a safe space to administrate.”