There’s no such thing as a free lunch, except at UCSD apparently.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn reports for Campus Reform:

Che Guevara cafe protests eviction after failing to pay rent

In the guerrilla spirit of the venue’s namesake, University of California at San Diego (UCSD) students protested the school’s eviction of the Che Cafe Collective.

Students gathered Tuesday morning at the co-op before marching across campus to UCSD Chancellor Pradeep Khosla’s house in the “Save the Che Rally: The Che chats with the Chancellor.” Organizers planned to present him with a petition of support for the venue that allegedly has more than 10,000 signatures (a petition had 1,736 signatures at time of publication).

“The Che Cafe Collective doesn’t mourn, it organizes,” the event description reads.

“The CHE [sic] is not dead. The CHE [sic] will not die. We do not mourn, we organize.”

The Che Cafe, a music venue collective, was decertified by UCSD’s student government and evicted by the university in June for allegedly failing to pay rent and keep up-to-date with safety regulations. The students were given 30 days to vacate yet chose not to do so.