Jessica Krug, an associate professor who admitted to falsifying her Black identity for years, has stepped down from her post.
Students said Jessica Krug betrayed their trust by blackfishing and allowing her falsified life experiences to steer class discussion.
Provost Brian Blake and Dean Paul Wahlbeck encouraged students to seek support from various University offices.
Krug wrote that she pretended to be Black in her teen years and held onto that false identity into her adulthood.
Elected SA leaders said moving forward this fall, they will push officials to ease students’ transition to online classes.
Frank DiPerna, a longtime photographer professor and a “founding faculty” of Corcoran died on June 26.
Connor Matthew Judd has been charged with federal destruction of property after attempting to pull down an Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette Square.
Graduates might not be able to say a final farewell to campus this year, but they can always remember the four unforgettable years they experienced.
The SA president and executive vice president-elects said they will meet virtually with outgoing leaders.
Presidential candidate Bishop Walton said he will work to decrease food insecurity and increase student diversity.