Antiwar Protests Bring More Than 100 Arrests

From Times Wire Reports

Antiwar protesters took to the streets again Monday, resulting in more than 100 arrests in the city’s financial district and noisy student demonstrators crowding the hallways of an administration building at San Francisco State.

By noon, 123 people had been arrested at the city’s famed Transamerica Pyramid building and at the federal building, said San Francisco police spokeswoman Maria Oropeza.

At San Francisco State, about 100 students clogged the ground floor of the administration building, demanding to meet with the dean and urging university administrators to pass a resolution opposing the U.S. war against Iraq.