The SA Senate passed a resolution Monday demanding the University kick Alpha Phi off campus and enact several new measures to combat racism.
About five days after a racist Snapchat post circulated across campus, University President Thomas LeBlanc publicly addressed the incident in a release Monday.
A GW alert asked community members to avoid the area.
Members of a fugitive task force arrested Earl Barnes, 26, who allegedly shot another man Jan 9. on 23rd Street near the hospital, according to police.
The meeting lasted about two and half hours as students voiced frustration with campus diversity and the Panhellenic community.
The image, which was posted on Snapchat, appears to show a member of Alpha Phi holding a banana peel with a racist caption included on the post.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and group of climate change activists spoke about the importance of reducing fossil fuel emissions at an event in Lisner Auditorium Wednesday.
A photo emerged Thursday appearing to depict two members of Alpha Phi, one of whom is holding an empty banana peel, with a racist caption.
About 200 people waited for the presidential motorcade outside the Capitol Building to protest the State of the Union address Tuesday night.
More than 2,000 demonstrators flocked to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial Saturday for the National People’s March on Washington, a rally to protest President Donald Trump and his policies.