N&R’s Syllabus blog details UNCG students’ demands, partially outlined during Monday’s protests.

In addition to fully fund programs that study marginalized communities, respecting the dignity of students, staff, alumni, and broader community, eliminating the “rape culture” on campus, resolving the student debt crisis, mandatory inclusive consent training for all freshmen and transfer students, a fully fund and staff an on-campus LGBTQ center and a living wage of $15 per hour and support the unionization for all campus workers, the students are also calling for —-last but not least— the removal of UNC system president Margaret Spellings “due to her history of discriminatory statements and actions targeting traditionally marginalized communities, in particular LGBTQ people.”