A GW Police Department officer has been placed on administrative leave after he appeared to push a student down some steps during a climate protest Wednesday.
The Progressive Student Union is calling for University President Thomas LeBlanc’s resignation after a video of him making a racial analogy when discussing fossil fuel divestment surfaced Saturday.
Victoria Freire, a freshman and a member of Sunrise GW, said she filed a police report alleging that an officer pushed her down the stairs in front of the F Street House.
SA President SJ Matthews issued an executive order Wednesday urging officials to keep the hippo as an unofficial mascot.
Officials said the fundraising office is seeking to retain 63 percent of existing alumni donors and receive donations from 14,500 alumni this fiscal year.
Shortly after 10:30 a.m., roughly 35 students interrupted a panel discussion and proceeded to deliver a short speech condemning the center.
The interim reports mark the midpoint of the strategic planning process, which will wrap up in June with a Board of Trustees vote.
Freshman Zev Siegfeld alleged in a Facebook post Sunday that his door had been vandalized with “genitalia” and Nazi symbols.
LeBlanc apologized for his comments in the video, which leaders in the SA’s Black Senators’ Caucus characterized as “racially insensitive.”
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching awarded its Community Engagement Classification to GW for the first time.