By Britni Danielle, essence.com
Students at Hampton University, one of the nation’s oldest and most storied Historically Black institutions, are demanding changes at the 150 year old university.
In the wake of a tense Feb. 21 town hall meeting, student leaders are pushing for officials at the Virginia college to address a laundry list issues, including improvement to campus facilities, food services, and addressing how sexual assault is handled by administration.
Last month, an independent collective of Hampton students issued a letter demanding the school do a better job of educating students about issues of consent, rape, and sexual assault and harassment.
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