Scripps College Administration's Reaction to Protests
This document is a mimeograph of a proposed model for the demonstration policy at Scripps College in the 1960s. It begins by stating that all students have the right to protest as long as it as peaceful and doesn't infringe upon the rights of others. It then continues to say that the college prohibits those types of protests. They go on to define "non-peaceful" as actions that endanger or injury people or property. They define "Disruptive" as a disruption to regular activities or free movement across the colleges. Anyone who is found engaging in these types of protests will be subject to the judiciary board.
This is a mimeograph stating regulations regarding obstructive demonstrations on Scripps campus. This document does not cite an author but it presumably written by a school administrator. It is also presumably a draft because it has pencil markings and edits throughout. It states that students have the right to protest but that disruptive or violent protests are "destructive [to] the pursuit of learning and a free society." It continues to say that the College will not tolerate violations of these rights. It also warns that students who do not follow these rules will be subject to the Judiciary Board and suspension or expulsion.