Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk staged another protest on Wednesday. The protesters stormed Strong Hall headed for the Chancellor’s office. There they spoke with administrators about why more hasn’t been done for minorities on campus.
Earlier in the day, members of the organization walked into classrooms in Fraser and Blake Hall asking students to join their protest. The demonstration then moved to the School of Social Welfare, asking the dean to send an email calling for support for invisible hawk.
Students then marched to Wescoe beach, where several protesters had the chance to speak. Student Body President Jessie Pringle and Vice President Zach George joined the protesters on Wescoe beach.
The protest ended several hours later. The university has yet to release a response to the event.