The president of the student government association at Alabama A&M University said at a protest rally Wednesday that the school has steadily deteriorated since he arrived as a freshman in 2008.
Now a senior, Andrew Foster said he organized a student rally on the campus quad to give a voice to students who have been disregarded by the Alabama A&M administration.
"The morale, the spirit, it was up there," Foster said of his freshman year. "And me, not knowing behind the scenes what was going on, it seemed everything was OK.
"But as the years progressed, it's just steadily going down. We're like at an all-time low. The morale, the spirit, it's not there."