At 12:50AM, five students were arrested in the middle of the night on charges of trespassing after staging a 16-hour sit-in at the College of William and Mary. Over 10 students at the College began sitting-in on Wednesday, April 20th, at 9AM in President Reveley's office, refusing to leave until the administration implement a living wage. Workers have been speaking out against poverty-level wages for over 10 years, and students have tried numerous legal means to make their voices heard. Despite letter-writing, rallies, a community forum, over 15 meetings, and overwhelming support for living wages in the community, the administration has taken no steps to increase wages of the lowest-paid workers. Because the administration has failed to take any action toward implementing living wages, students staged a sit-in to show President Reveley that this is an issue he can no longer ignore.