Members of the Faculty Senate’s diversity, equity and inclusion subcommittee said the alleged discrimination supports an “inequitable culture” at GW.
Dean of Students Cissy Petty moved into District in October and will continue her stay through the rest of the academic year.
Federal officials lifted travel bans on more than 30 countries, including Brazil, China, South Africa, India and much of Europe earlier this month.
Half a dozen members of club sports teams said their funding from the SA has decreased as a result of the SA’s shrunken budget this year.
The summit’s lineup featured civil rights activist and keynote speaker Angela Davis and honorary guests Dr. Tony Keith and Rebecca Russo, among others.
The Hindu Student Association partnered with GW Desis to host a Diwali celebration in the Elliott School of International Affairs Saturday.
GW’s string of antisemitic incidents in the past two years range from a Torah scroll’s desecration to a video of a student threatening to bomb Israel.
TKE members said the University should increase its outreach to the Jewish community and tighten campus safety measures in response to the incident.
After the desecration of a Torah scroll in the Tau Kappa Epsilon house, Jewish student organizations said they were “disheartened” and “shocked.”
About 400 students processed through campus Monday in a show of solidarity after news spread about the desecration of a Torah scroll this weekend.