CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Some students at the University of North Carolina broke a window while trying to deliver a list of demands to the school's interim chancellor.
The News & Observer reports campus police say the Chapel Hill protesters found their destination closed Wednesday, so some of them pounded on the building, shattering at least one window. No one was injured or charged.
The protesters have been demonstrating for months about the Confederate Silent Sam monument and its removal. They say police unfairly target them at events where they clash with supporters of the statue.
Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz named members this week to a new commission on campus policing. He said an outside consultant will review previous clashes.