American students are responding to threats to activists by intensifying
BDS campaigns on more campuses.

On 18 March students at Loyola, a Jesuit University in Chicago, agreed
to divest from companies complicit in aiding the Israeli Occupation
of Palestine. They identified Caterpillar, General Electric, Hewlitt-Packard,
G4S, Raytheon, Elbit Systems, SodaStream, and Veolia. The vote at the
student senate was passed nem con with 26 votes in favour and 2 abstentions;
it followed a year long campaign by Loyola SJP and a petition signed
by over 800 students.

On the same day students at the University of Michigan started an indefinite
occupation in protest at the student government’s refusal to hold
a vote on divestment.

about the Loyola action
on Mondoweiss
about the Michigan action
in the student newspaper
play Whack-a-Mole; but the moles keep digging