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“Today Northeastern will tell you it is one of the greenest campuses in the country. How can that be true with 60 million dollars invested in companies like ExxonMobil,” chanted the protesters, while lying on the tarps.
Two DivestNU members held a homemade banner that read: “Climate change claims five million lives/year.” Four members unfurled a large banner over the edge of the balcony of the Curry Student Center that read, “Stop funding climate change.”
The group then moved to Centennial Common, where they staged another die-in and repeated their chants as more high schoolers walked by.
DivestNU is in its 13th day occupying Centennial Common, where they first set up tents on Monday, Oct. 3. The group is calling for Northeastern to divest 60 million dollars of its endowment from fossil fuels and to promise to never again directly invest in the industry.
The university does not currently make direct investments in fossil fuels, but it keeps its endowment in commingled funds, or predetermined portfolios that invest in many different areas كيف اشتري اسهم في امريكا , including the energy sector, The News reported last week
Ben Levy, a third-year Ph.D student in sociology, handed out fliers explaining the DivestNU movement to prospective students and their parents.
“I get the sense that maybe 50 percent [of the prospective students] have been neutral or confused, but not interested enough to ask about it,” he said. “Maybe five percent have been hostile, making jokes about how we should buy more Hummers and stuff. But a good 45 percent, which is a good percentage, has been totally for it.”
At one point, a male prospective student gave another DivestNU member who was handing out fliers the middle finger.
Later in the day, DivestNU set up a table in Snell Quad at the activities fair for prospective students. They held a banner reading, “Northeastern profits from climate violence.”
On Friday, DivestNU delivered a letter to the office of Provost James C. Bean in Churchill Hall that called for divestment and was signed by more than 50 faculty members.
DivestNU has a meeting scheduled with Northeastern’s Senior Leadership Team for Tuesday, Oct. 18.
The group met with Vice President of Student Affairs Madeleine Estabrook and members of the administration on Thursday, marking DivestNU’s first meeting with the administration since the beginning of their occupation of Centennial Common.
The News has reached out to the administration for comment. This story will be updated with further developments.
Photo by Julia Preszler
Correction: A previous version of this story stated that DivestNU signs read “NU profits from climate justice,” instead of “NU profits from climate violence.” We regret the error.