Johns Hopkins University Arrested Students After Month-long On-Campus Protests

Maria Perez
May 11, 2019 - 5:00
Johns Hopkins University Arrested Students After Month-long On-Campus Protests

Almost a month after students at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) began occupying the school’s administrative building in protest, seven JHU students were arrested on Wednesday, May 9.  The Baltimore Police Department told The Baltimore Sun they arrested five people for trespassing and two other people for impeding vehicle traffic. Student protestors told the publication that authorities arrested two undergraduate students, two graduate students, and three community members. The protesters have occupied Garland...

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