Students Boycott Classes over Lunches
Mar. 30, 1987
SUVA, Fiji (AP) _ About 150 government-sponsored students at the University of the South Pacific boycotted classes Monday to dramatize their demands for permission to eat in the campus restaurant with other students.
The boycotters had been given box lunches, which included sandwiches.
Ravind Prasad, secretary of the student union, the classroom boycott would continue until the dispute is settled.