Interesting article, it makes it tough for Berkeley to justify their abuses of power when the occupy movement has been found to be acting within their constitutional rights. There's a brief mention of the validity given that Dewey Square, like Sproul Plaza and unlike Zucotti Park, is a known public forum space. It is a scary day when the questions and ideals of the youth are quashed before even entering the corrupt capitalist reality of life that they protest against.
Papusas are good, cheese only though. The enchiladas were not enchiladas, no other way to put it. The food mostly reminded me of "mexican" food from a school cafeteria. Low on flavor, freshness, and ability beyond putting prepackaged ingredients together in one form of tortilla or another.