Last month, 100 students attending the Nova Scotia School of Art and Design (NSCAD) interrupted a board meeting to read their manifesto.
“Our manifesto was collectively written by the student faculty and staff to reaffirm what is essentially to NSCAD as a university.”
“The meeting was pretty much immediately adjourned once the students entered the room,” she says. “Half the board members left, but some stayed and had a conversation with students.”
Here is their manifesto: MANIFESTO FOR A VIBRANT, STRONG AND INDEPENDENT NSCAD