SAN DIEGO – An hours-long student takeover of the chancellor's office at the University of California, San Diego, is over.
Dozens of students stormed the office earlier Friday, angry over several recent racially charged campus incidents.
They occupied the office for several hours before leaving peacefully at sundown, about the same time that leaders of the university's Black Student Union ended talks with administrators in a nearby conference room. The students presented a list of 32 demands, including more funding for African-American classes and campus activities.
Student leaders told hundreds of supporters outside the chancellor's office that they were unhappy with the administration's response and would resume talks with school officials on Monday morning.
University spokesman Jeff Gattas says no arrests were made and no property was damaged during the takeover.