Eduardo Peñalver’s first stint in administration at Cornell University lasted less than a week.

The year was 1993. Peñalver, then an undergraduate, led more than 100 students in a four-day takeover of Day Hall, the administrative office building, after vandals had scrawled racial slurs and a swastika on campus artwork by a Hispanic artist.

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