Students demanding the resignation of UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi faced a threat of disciplinary action as they remained Monday outside her office in a protest against her involvement with private corporate boards.
Graduate student Emily Breuninger, 27, said about 20 students were in the office early Monday. They received a letter from a vice chancellor informing them that staying at Mrak Hall, the campus administration building, would result in a report of misconduct and disciplinary consequences.
“I guess, basically, we’re playing a game of chicken so far,” Breuninger said. “We’re going to see if they force us out.”
Another student said there had been no sightings of Katehi by midmorning Monday.
So far, no one from the administration has collected their names, said Annie Ashmore, 21. The administration letter said that failing to identify themselves to campus officials would be an additional violation of school policy...