Student protest

Six USF students supported Daniel Dunn, a junior philosophy major, at the Student Government senate meeting Tuesday as he protested the “injustice” of a decision made by the SG Senate Executive Committee (SEC) last week that left three elected senators unseated. Dunn, a former opinion editor of The Oracle, appealed to the senators’ “8-year-old self,” asking them if their “playground self” would be ashamed and disappointed with the decision. Dunn and the other protesters made signs, but did not display them at the meeting. Following Dunn’s three-minute speech, the senate moved onto the general business of the meeting, while the protesters left silently.