Andrew Springer

Student Association: Summer filled with SA successes

The fall semester has just begun and almost all of the Student Association’s goals for the school year were accomplished or are nearing accomplishment just four months after the organization’s election. SA leaders successfully lobbied Safeway to join the GWorld program, worked with administrators for the return of the GW Reads free news publication program […]

SA Note: GW Reads returns to dorms and academic buildings

Because of efforts made by the Student Association, free newspapers will again be available in residence halls and select academic buildings by the start of the fall semester, according to University and Student Association officials. The New York Times, The Washington Post and USA Today will return to all residence halls, said SA Executive Vice […]

Capp, Kroeger outline goals for Student Association

A grocery store on GWorld, weekly town halls and linking Student Association senators directly to student organizations is just a sampling of what SA leaders said they want to accomplish next year. SA President Nicole Capp and Executive Vice President Brand Kroeger have laid out their goals for “a shared vision for student advocacy.” The […]

WEB EXTRA: SA Note

The student body will not vote in a special referendum this semester to raise the student fee, said Morgan Corr, chairman of the Joint Elections Committee. The JEC voted to move the special election to Sept. 26. If passed, the Student Association fee would increase from $1 per credit hour to a flat fee of […]

SA plans vote for fee referendum

The Student Association is taking steps to ensure that students will vote on a fee increase before the final day of undergraduate classes, officials said. If students approve the initiative, the fee students pay to the SA would increase to $30 for undergraduate students and $20 for graduate students per semester. The SA voted to […]

Students to vote on SA fee increase

Students will be able to vote this semester to increase the amount of money they pay each year to the Student Association. The SA, which grants money to the more than 300 student organizations on campus, unanimously approved legislation that creates a referendum on the mandatory student fee before the end of the semester. In […]