College students make a statement at the White House

At first glance, college students might be expected to have taken a strong stance on the Trump administration.

They might have voted for him, protested outside the White Houses, or called on him to resign.

But in the midst of the administration’s crackdown on civil liberties, the majority of students at one of the nation’s most prestigious universities are taking a stand against President Donald Trump’s administration.

The university at Albany, New York, recently announced it would no longer host the 2016 commencement of its Class of 2021.

It announced that it would instead offer a lecture series titled “Civil Liberties and the Future of our Society,” which will examine the recent and ongoing crackdown on free speech, free speech and privacy.

“We are not going to be intimidated by the power of the executive branch,” student group co-chair Jordan Ebel told the Albany Times Union.

“We are the students here.

We are the ones who have to fight back.”

The event will be led by the director of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), which represents students who have been the target of government-sponsored harassment and intimidation.

And its goal is to challenge the administration on its policies, especially those related to student rights.

“The government is not afraid to use its power to intimidate and silence those who speak out against it,” CCR Senior Staff Attorney and President, John Paltrow, told the Times Union in a statement.

“The administration has demonstrated time and time again that it is willing to do anything to silence and silence dissent.

We know that the public has a right to know what government is doing to protect their privacy, due process, and due process for whistleblowers.”CRC is a civil liberties organization that has challenged the government on many fronts, including its surveillance powers, the surveillance of journalists and bloggers, and the use of drones to spy on Americans.

The organization also has an active litigation effort with over a dozen other civil liberties organizations.

In March, the group filed a lawsuit against the Trump Administration over its policies regarding civil liberties.

In the lawsuit, CCR stated that the administration is targeting students for arrest, detention, detention without trial, and “incarceration without due process.”

In April, CRC filed a complaint with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), which is the U.S. Department of Defense’s intelligence arm, claiming that the government’s efforts to monitor the university were unconstitutional.

The lawsuit was a response to the recent arrests of a number of college students at the University of California, Berkeley, for the planned protests in March against the school’s Milo Yiannopoulos event.

In a statement to The Huffington Post, CCP said the university’s decision was “a step in the right direction in recognizing that the First Amendment does not protect the rights of students to protest or engage in peaceful expression, nor does it protect students from arbitrary arrests and detainment.

We hope that the next step in this long and complicated process will be a demonstration that the university will be responsive to students’ concerns and demands.”