Published December 09, 2011
New York – New York University plans to offer two classes next semester on the Occupy Wall Street movement.
The Wall Street Journal says an undergraduate class will be offered through the university's Department of Social and Cultural Analysis.
It will be called: "Why Occupy Wall Street? The History and Politics of Debt and Finance."
Another professor will be teaching a graduate-level seminar on the demonstration.
Occupy Wall Street protesters frequently marched and rallied around the school's Greenwich Village campus this fall.