HOT: 5th year PhD candidate in economics, Hassan Sayed, permanently banned from the Princeton University for protesting in support of Palestine despite warnings KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, April 26, 2024

HOT: 5th year PhD candidate in economics, Hassan Sayed, permanently banned from the Princeton University for protesting in support of Palestine despite warnings

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that 5th year PhD candidate in economics, Hassan Sayed, permanently banned from the Princeton University for protesting in support of Palestine despite warnings.

Achinthya Sivalingan, a student of Indian descent, has reportedly faced arrest due to her involvement in an unauthorised protest supporting Palestine at Princeton University in the USA . Allegedly, another student named Hassan Sayed was also arrested alongside Achinthya amid escalating pro-Palestine demonstrations across various US university campuses.

According to Princeton University's official website, Achinthya Sivalingan, hailing from Coimbatore, and raised in Columbus, Ohio, pursued studies in world politics and economics at Ohio State University.

University spokesperson Jennifer Morrill wrote to the 'Prince,' stating, “The two graduate students have been immediately barred from campus, pending a disciplinary process.”

"No force was used by Public Safety officers when conducting the arrests, which occurred without resistance,” Morrill added.

According to a campus-wide message from Vice President for Campus Life W. Rochelle Calhoun on Wednesday morning, students risk arrest and campus prohibition if they persist after receiving a warning to stop.

Urvi, a first-year PhD student, described the arrest as "violent" and stated that zip ties were placed around their wrists.

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