1. Occupy

    UC Chancellor Sorry for Pepper Spray

    During a protest rally, University of California, Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi took the stage on Monday, November 21, 2011, and apologized to students and faculty after campus police officers pepper-sprayed a group of student protesters in Davis, California. (Bryan Patrick/Sacramento Bee/MCT)

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    UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi apologized to students Monday for the campus pepper-spraying incident Friday that became a rallying cry for the Occupy movement, while students once again set up encampments. "I am here to apologize,” Katehi told a crowd of about 1,000 students. "I feel horrible for what happened." She spoke shortly after some of the students who were sprayed had just described their ordeal. Katehi has put the campus police chief on administrative leave. Two officers involved in the spraying have also been put on paid leave.

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