fundamentally disagree. Denying one dude access isn't them making a grand stand against freedom of press. To call them hypocrites for what basically amounts to not wanting your picture taken while they are fighting against actual oppression on their campus is a bit strange. Not that I think this is the right or wrong way to go about it I just don't think it's that big of a deal. If this is what makes people turn their back on these kids then they never had their support anyway.I get where you're coming from, but he was a photographer for the school newspaper taking pictures AFTER their victory. I understand how they felt, but I'd be lying if I said that the fact that nobody was cognizant of how their actions would come across, and how it would seem hypocritical to fight for your own rights while shutting down another right that undergirds and strengthens rights (like freedom of the press to document public spaces), didn't feed into my preconceptions of many modern social justice activists as overly emotional and out of touch, whatever the justness of their overarching cause and the reality of the pain that drove them to it.