Hundreds of University of Oregon students rallied for peace in Eugene under cold foggy conditions. Warmed by music, speakers and their anger at the great fraud being perpetrated by the powers that be, the protesters debated, shamed, and drowned out the 5-10 Bush supporters that put in a quixotic appearance.
Asked by one of the speakers, who was a veteran, if any of the Bush suppoorters had served their country, none replied. Challenged by another speaker to back up their words of support for the war by enlisting, none complied. After some peaceful discussion with participants, they left long before the end of the rally.
The event continued with a loud, boisterous but peaceful march around the campus, garnering much vocal support from dorm and classroom windows before culminating in brief occupation of the administration building. They left peacefully and voluntarily after after a few minutes and there were no incidents or arrests. Police remained deployed around the perimeter throughout.