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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- In an e-mail, members of the group 'No More Silence' at American University said students from the school will march on Thursday to condemn the contents of emails leaked from an unrecognized group of students.

The leaked messages describe hitting and raping women, popping and trading pills, and heavy drinking. All messages are by members of a fraternity that was banned by the campus for hazing and drinking, more than a decade ago.

This comes after a note sent by the American University President Neil Kerwin saying the situation raises broad concerns about dangerous, damaging and illegal behavior among students. Kerwin said he is soliciting ideas to change student behavior.

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Members of the group AU No More Silence said they will hold a demonstration on AU's main quad beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 24.

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