A Board of Trustees meeting at City College of San Francisco turned heated when dozens of protesting students stormed the room, calling for the board's resignation and opposing a move to assign a special trustee from the state to oversee the school's troubled finances, the Huffington Post reports. The meeting was intended to address the community college's budget crisis and impending closure.

"No cuts, no fees, education should be free," and "we don't want austerity, no to the special trustee," students chanted, according to The Examiner. They cited fears that the school would go private, which could result in...

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