Students at Howard University introduced they’re ending their protest over poor housing situations after reaching an settlement with the varsity’s administration.
For somewhat over a month now, beginning Oct. 12, college students at Howard University have been sleeping in tents and air mattresses on the college’s Blackburn Middle after complaints concerning the college’s being dorms being hazardous for residing. Some college students reported mildew, flooding, in addition to mice and roach infestations.
“We’re paying $48,000 a year — $50,000 for some people — to be living with mold and being hospitalized. With rats and roaches. That’s not Howard,” sophomore Tia-Andrea Scott advised News4 throughout an interview final month. Students demanded the varsity present them with a plan on the way it will repair the housing points and extra be extra sincere with them sooner or later.
On Monday, the varsity tweeted that each events had come to an settlement. “Howard University is pleased to announce we have come to an agreement with the students who occupied Blackburn. Howard President Dr. Frederick later shared a message on the school’s website and YouTube channel, “We have so much more to accomplish together, and the future for all of Howard looks very bright.”
Howard University is happy to announce we’ve come to an settlement with the scholars who occupied Blackburn, and can share an extended message from Dr. Wayne Frederick on this matter later immediately.
— Howard University (@HowardU) November 15, 2021