Re: College Newspaper Claiming Infringing First Amendment
I don't see how it would be, unless it is a covert act intentionally intending to disrupt the paper.
The bigger point is; if those with actual control are expressing that control and allowing the paper to remain where it is, then what can be done is limited.
what are the repairs needed? If they are such that the structural integrity of the area is in question, they can be required to vacate the room simply based on occupancy laws. If there are infrastructure problems that cause a dangerous situation (bad wiring or whatever), the same applies.
If it involves something that simply would cause the room to not provide whatever they need to operate but is not a safety issue, let them stay and when whatever breaks down, tell them tough luck. Play their game and tell them since you can't ask them to leave, you cannot repair whatever needs to be repaired.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.