You're furious at the plans to end free education at Cooper Union, an institution long applauded as one of the progressive beacons of 19th-century education. You're an art student and join 10 other art students in a protest action that includes the occupation of your school's clocktower. Now, how do you symbolically choose to end your occupation? Stage Leonardo's "Last Supper," of course.
The Cooper 11, as they have come to be known, staged a ceremonial "Last Supper" on Sunday night during their final meal before announcing plans the next day to end their occupation -- you can see the full image on the Free Cooper Union Facebook page.