The Black Student Union has raised more than $9,500 in three days to support three organizations working to cover arrested protestors’ bail and legal fees.
The Black Student Union published a letter calling on GWPD to adopt a slew of changes aimed at improving the relationship between students and officers.
More than 40 student organizations have penned statements denouncing police brutality in support of protests occurring nationwide.
The Black Men’s Initiative released a letter urging five student groups and LeBlanc to details ways they will support the black community.
The letter comes amid protests over the death of two black citizens who died at the hands of police officers in recent months.
The DMV is becoming increasingly older, and the proportion of children are declining, according to the Capital Region 2020 report.
Students said added responsibilities in essential jobs have prompted them to ask for assignment extensions to complete coursework.
In an online Commencement ceremony Sunday, officials recognized the Class of 2020 for their perseverance amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
International students said the transition to online classes hurt their ability to engage with their courses as they previously were able to on campus.
The Board of Trustees’ task force on building naming policies will start drafting policy recommendations at the beginning of June, members said.