University President Thomas LeBlanc went through a list of his top priorities in his first sit-down interview with The Hatchet since taking over.
Officials and faculty said the University will lose a methodical and subdued leader who made progress on many of the biggest goals on his agenda.
In the last three years, the office has seen a surging number of students registering for accommodations related to mental and chronic health conditions.
Fraternity leaders are going back to a policy that allows chapter presidents to decide some misconduct cases among their members.
The Student Association presidential election has been postponed until the fall semester after the campaign was rocked by accusations of harassment and intimidation.
Three former fraternity leaders described their frustrations with GW’s assertive stance on regulating chapters.
The Joint Elections Committee disqualified SA presidential candidate Lande Watson from the upcoming elections.
The Student Association elections have been delayed until next week after a “large volume of complaints” were filed against the candidates running.
CNN announced last month that it would make journalism students its guests at the dinner this year.
The project is designed to aid faculty in developing diverse curricula and making ethnic and racially diverse students feel more comfortable in the classroom.