With tuition hikes and fees being higher than ever, students at several California State University campuses are making their voices heard by going on a hunger strike in protest. While students are being asked to make these sacrifices, the CSU Chancellor’s office is spending an exorbitant amount of money on private catering, conferences and car services.
CBS 2 News’ investigative reporter, David Goldstein, looked into this hot issue and interviews students involved in the hunger strike to get their reaction on the shocking findings. David joined us this morning to give an exclusive preview to his latest hidden camera investigation.
Many students are protesting the current tuition hikes, the proposed freeze on new enrollment and canceled classes by going on a hunger strike.
David and his team executed a hidden camera investigation to find out how much money the CSU Chancellor’s office is spending while the students are asked to make sacrifices.
Listen to our interview with David below to get a sneak peek at this investigation and be sure to watch the full report tonight on CBS 2 News at 11.
Britt Bickel, K-EARTH 101