"I just had an amazing idea," Tina Fey, a UVA alum, says in a new public-service annoucement. "Stop doing that."
This isn't the only statue on the University of Virginia's campus that's come under fire recently.
Former President Thomas Jefferson's legacy as both the author of the Declaration of Independence and a slaveholder has called into question if and how he should be honored.
"Social class shapes the attitudes that people hold about their abilities, and that in turn has important implications for how class hierarchies perpetuate from one generation to the next."
O'Rourke also compared the Green New Deal to the Great Depression while campaigning at the University of Virginia.
"It is clear that I am not alone in my feelings about our team going to the Trump White House."
"UVA welcomes open and civil discourse on such important issues. However, acts of vandalism do not contribute to meaningful discussion."
Jesse Matthew Jr., of Charlottesville, was the last person seen with her and could face the death penalty if convicted.
He departs about eight months after an article on an alleged campus gang rape was published under his leadership.
"A Rape on Campus" began to unravel soon after it was published on Nov. 19, 2014 in "Rolling Stone." Now, police say there's no evidence to support the account of a brutal gang rape contained in the story.
After Rolling Stone published a story about an alleged assault of a freshman woman by seven men, all fraternities will be suspended until January.