Three 9/11 first responders recalled their experiences responding to the crash at the Pentagon at a candlelight vigil in Kogan Plaza.
Students chanted in the Marvin Center during a closed session of the board meeting.
It was unclear if the drop was tied directly to the University’s decision not to replace the provost for military and veterans affairs last spring.
Just months before Sgt. Julian Clement Chase was set to begin his first year at GW, the U.S. Marine was killed in action in the Helmand province of Afghanistan.
GW Veterans officially have a dedicated space to study, access resources and socialize together on campus.