Students held a silent protest on Georgia Tech's campus Thursday after a female student says fraternity members yelled racist comments at her.
The fraternity told Channel 2’s Carl Willis they do not have any evidence to support the claim.
While new members of Georgia Tech's Greek community run from house to house for their yearly "run for the roses," the Phi Delta Theta house remains quiet.
It’s a far different scene than what one student says she witnessed just last week.
"As I got into my car, I noticed that they were sticking their heads out of the window and flicking me off," the female student said, asking not to be identified.
But the fourth year student says members were cursing and screaming a racial slur at her from the frat house.
"I opened my window to hear what they were saying, and they were screaming f*** you n***** and f*** you a****** repeatedly. So when that happened, I drove off," the student said.
On Thursday, several students held a silent protest outside of the house. Some protestors stood with tape over their mouths.
"Right now, we don't feel safe," the students said.
However, in a statement, the fraternity's national organization wrote:
"Through a preliminary investigation there is no indication that members of the Phi Delta Theta chapter at Georgia Tech were involved in such an act."
"Of course, they're going to say that. They know I don't have a video,” the student said.
“What proof do you have that this happened?” Willis asked the student.
"As far as factual evidence, as far as videos, we don't have any proof, but there are plenty of students who have come forward with their stories," the student said.
Those students include two freshmen who say they also had issues at the house.
"They were saying, 'go on n-word,'" one of them told Willis.
"I hope that no one else has to go through what we had to go through or be called that or feel as unsafe as we felt," the student said.
According to the university's vice president of student life, they're also investigating and have met with students to take action to make the campus more inclusive and will create a task force focused on the black student experience.
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