Despite the proclaimed crisis of the university, lecture halls attracted unprecedented attention from social movements in Poland in 2013. This paper presents interventions in lectures and analyses the consequences of such interventions, focusing on the learning of various actors. Our scope of interest includes protests revolving around academia, but we focus especially on interventions in lectures in Poland in 2013. We compared three cases of interventions in lectures with one from 2009, in which we participated, and upon which we had previously drawn a model of learning. As a result of this comparison, we added an external, watching subject to our model, because with the growing use of video recording, such interventions easily turn into a spectacle.