Student Association’s top two leaders encourage students to attend solidarity rally

Student Association President Brandon Hill and Vice President Kate Carpenter condemned the vandalism at the Tau Kappa Epsilon townhouse on behalf of the SA’s executive branch Monday.

They said students with any who need support or assistance could reach out to SA members by attending their office hours or by accessing GW resources, like GW Hillel and the Division for Student Affairs. University President Thomas LeBlanc and other student groups also condemned the vandalism as the GW Police Department and the Metropolitan Police Department investigate the incident as a suspected hate crime.

Hill and Carpenter also participated in a Torah procession and solidarity rally held Monday evening after encouraging students to attend in their weekly newsletter.

“We would like to make clear that no form of hatred against Jewish students is welcome on this campus, and GW should be a home for all,” they said.

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