If these students think it’s bad now, wait until the higher ed bubble bursts.

Catie O’Toole of Syracuse.com reports.

Syracuse University student protesters continue weeklong sit-in, talk with administration

Entering the seventh day of a sit-in at Syracuse University, student protesters said Sunday talks are continuing.

For the past week, The General Body at SU has had a laundry list of complaints, and specifically protested administration decisions to close the Advocacy Center, a resource for victims of sexual assault, to stop funding community engagement programs started by former Chancellor Nancy Cantor, and to reduce funding for POSSE, a recruitment and scholarship program for minorities.

Last week, more than 100 students gathered on the steps Hendricks Chapel for a Diversity and Transparency Rally, organized by The General Body SU, a coalition of interest groups that had each previously protested administration policies this academic year.

Only 40 students have been allowed to camp out in the lobby of Crouse-Hinds Hall since Monday because of the fire code, SU officials have said. The students have been meeting with University College Dean Bea González.

On Saturday, students discussed the following demands with González, according to protester Vani Kannan.