#1 – Threaten suspension.
#2 – Call the kids’ parents.
And here’s a reflection on the resolution of this generation of activists:
“We were prepared for arrest, but not suspension,” said Ana Valderrama, a senior in philosophy.
It’s getting harder every year to get in to USC and the tuition for one year can almost down pay a house. So hell yes, you’d better get your asses back to class or your parents will not hesitate to kill you. And I’m sure going to jail sounds a hell of a lot better than facing your parents after being suspended from USC for protesting.
Fight on, USC Administration!