Portland State University’s library is “unusable” after protesters took over, the school’s president said

Portland State University’s library is “unusable” after protesters took over, the school’s president said

The library at Portland State University, where protesters took over earlier this week, has been “rendered unusable,” university President Ann Cudd said in a statement Friday.

The library is unoccupied now but the university hopes to reopen it “in time for the fall term,” Cudd said. The library team is working to secure remote services and find alternative spaces for students, he added.

“Our entire campus community has been under tremendous pressure this week,” Cudd said. “I know the closure of the campus is disturbing.
“I also know there is still a lot of hurt and anger surrounding the protests, the ongoing violence in Gaza and the disturbing scenes unfolding in our midst. I know many of you will continue to raise your voice in protest and I fully support your right to do so At the same time I expect that the protesters will not intimidate and harass other students or members of our community and will continue to uphold our laws and policies regarding trespassing and property damage,” he said.
Cudd also said he was postponing his Presidential Investment Council, which appointed him president, to a later date.

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