Literature Dept. Plans Cancer Teach-In

By David Harvey

Senior Staff Writer

Published: Thursday, May 28, 2009

Two years into a cancer-cluster investigation at the Literature Building, department faculty, students and staff have started petitioning to move classes into Sixth College trailers and holding office hours in on-campus cafes or at the Cross-Cultural Center.

Today, protestors will host “Literature Office Hours Here,” a demonstration on Library Walk from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., to inform students of what they perceive to be administrative inaction in the ongoing investigation of the building.

According to professor John D. Blanco, the event will be quieter than the teach-in held on Feb. 17, when dozens of participants marched to Chancellor Marye Anne Fox’s office to protest her response to professor Cedric Garland’s report. When his research found that an elevator in the building emitting high electromagnetic fields may have caused eight reported breast cancer cases between 2000 and 2006, Fox hired epidemiologist and UCLA professor Leeka Kheifets to review the report instead of shutting down the elevators. Kheifets is also an EMF expert.



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