In response to growing discontent on campus and following two consecutive days of violence, acting President Delmar T. Oviatt declared a state of emergency on the San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN) campus in January 1969. On January 7, scuffles in the crowd interrupted a speech by Oviatt, and on January 8, a Black Student Union (BSU) rally ended with two injuries and fourteen arrests. The order was typed in all upper-case letters and instructs that "anyone who cannot present proper identification will be asked to leave the campus. Unauthorized persons will be subject to arrest." Announcement, 11 x 8.5 in.