The student organization Fossil Free GW is pressuring administrators to pull investments away from oil giants such as Exxonmobil, Shell and BP so that the University does not profit off the release of carbon emissions known to cause global warming.
Students will no longer have to sort the cardboard or cans going into their recycling bins, a switch that officials say will help drastically cut the amount of campus waste.
Correction appended GW’s dining service contractor pledged last week to increase its transparency. Sodexo partnered with the nation’s largest food justice organization, Real Food Challenge, to increase locally grown and humanely treated food to up to 20 percent of all purchases by 2020 by showing all food sales. Members of the Food Justice Alliance helped […]
Student Health Service may scale back its free HIV testing clinics next year if it doesn’t see an increase in visitors, Student Association president Ashwin Narla said. The free weekly clinic opened in November, after SA leaders lobbied to nix a $25 appointment fee they said deterred students from getting tested. About 120 students took […]
The University will pull the Indian restaurant Aroma out of J Street after fewer than two semesters – marking the third venue swap at the dining hall in the past six months. GW’s dining head said Aroma’s sales have fallen short this semester, and the University plans to replace it with more of J Street’s […]
Correction appended Student Health Service will begin offering free weekly clinics for HIV testing later this month. The two-hour clinics, which will be held every Wednesday, will save students the highly criticized $25 fee, which campus leaders say deters students from getting tested. SA President Ashwin Narla and Executive Vice President Abby Bergren began lobbying […]