LeBlanc apologized for his comments in the video, which leaders in the SA’s Black Senators’ Caucus characterized as “racially insensitive.”
Former Phi Sigma Sigma President Alison Janega has disaffiliated from the sorority after a racist photo posted to her Snapchat account emerged Wednesday.
Panhellenic sororities are prohibited from holding social events or participating in informal fall recruitment.
Phi Sigma Sigma President Alison Janega will resign from her position, according to an email she sent to the chapter Friday.
The photo is captioned “‘I wonder if they sell slaves'” and appears to have been posted from the account of the Phi Sigma Sigma president.
Oliver Street, the former executive director of enrollment retention, departed GW on Aug. 1 to lead enrollment services at Harvard University.
Junior SJ Matthews, the president of the Residence Hall Association, captured the SA presidency Thursday with about 67 percent of the vote.
Freshman Justin Diamond and junior SJ Matthews will go head-to-head in a runoff election for Student Association president next week.
Darrell Darnell, the leader of the GW Police Department, has at least temporarily exited his position, a University spokeswoman confirmed.
The Office for Civil Rights opened two investigations into GW for possible disability discrimination last month.