This occasional roundup of student movement stories is put together by Isabelle Nastasia, an undergraduate CUNY student, New York Student Rising organizer, and friend of this site.

Updates from Free Cooper Union:

Photos and Video: Cooper Union Students Vow to Stay Free or Die Tryin’ – East Village Blog NYT

Cooper Union Saga Continues… – HyperAllergic

Cooper Union Students Protest Delayed Early Admission Amid Tuition Fight – DNAInfo

And in other news:

A Melee Grows in Brooklyn – Chronicle for Higher Education (written by Paisley Currah, Chair of the Brooklyn College Political Science department, after his department at CUNY sponsored a BDS-related club event)

Dispatches from the Student Movement: February 15 – The Nation (edited by The Nation intern James Cersonsky who wrote the next article…)

Where are Student Voices in the Gun Control Debate? – AlterNet

What Happened to the Need-Blind Thing? – Wesleying

FSU Rallies Against Scott’s Policies – FSU News

Mass. Dept of Ed Issues Rules on Transgender Pupils –  AP

Five Myths of Talking about Race with Your Child – RIIS

What if Students Designed Their Own Schools? – GOOD

The 20 Companies with the Lowest Wages – Business Insider  (Note: Many of them can be found on campuses across the US!)

What’s Sequestration Mean in Real Life? – Colorlines (Spoiler: Budget cuts to education, healthcare, Section 8 vouchers, high levels of unemployment.)

UW Cut Ties to Adidas, Victory for Students – Seattle PI

(We’re thrilled to welcome Isabelle to the site. Stay tuned for more roundups in the coming days! —AJ)