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Princeton University Students' Hunger Strike: Demands for Health Monitoring

Princeton University Students' Hunger Strike: Demands for Health Monitoring

Princeton Students on Hunger Strike Demand University Monitor Their Health

Students Claim Neglect Amidst Protest

A group of students at Princeton University, who are currently staging a hunger strike in solidarity with the Palestinian people, have voiced their discontent over the University's lack of concern for their health. The students, who have set up camp in tents, have previously expressed concerns over unsafe conditions due to the university's refusal to allow them to sleep in tents. Now, they claim that the university is not monitoring their health or taking care of them during their hunger strike.

Demands for Health Monitoring

The protesting students have expressed their determination to continue the hunger strike until their demands are met. They have criticized the university administration for not keeping track of their vital signs or providing care for them during their protest.

Accusations of Deliberate Weakening

In a video, one of the protesting students claimed that she was "literally shaking" from starvation and that all members of their group were "immunocompromised". She accused the university officials of intentionally "physically weakening" the group.

Public Response

The public response to the students' protest and their demands has been mixed. Some have ridiculed the students for their demands, suggesting that they use their own resources to take care of their needs. Others have expressed support for the students' cause and criticized the university's response.

Previous Incidents

This is not the first time students have complained about the lack of support from their university during protests. In a similar incident, students at Columbia University who were illegally occupying academic buildings complained that they were not being provided food or drink by the university.

Protesters' Understanding of Their Cause

There has been criticism over the protesters' understanding of the cause they are supporting. Some have pointed out that many of the protesters do not know exactly what they are protesting against, while others have highlighted instances where protesters have misspelled the name of the country they are supporting.

In Conclusion

This situation raises questions about the responsibilities of universities towards students who choose to protest in this manner. Should the university be responsible for monitoring the health of students who voluntarily go on a hunger strike, or should the students be responsible for their own health? What are your thoughts on this issue? Share this article with your friends and join the discussion. Don't forget to sign up for the Daily Briefing, which is delivered every day at 6pm.

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