While many campus buildings accessible to people with disabilities, students said many buildings still lack proper accommodations.
Officials hailed the new science and engineering tutoring center in Gelman Library as the future of GW’s STEM education at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
The D.C. Council unanimously passed a resolution reaffirming the rights of residents and calling the federal government to do the same.
The panel featured lead plaintiff Jim Obergefell and SMPA professor Debbie Cenziper, co-authors of a new book about the legal and personal stories behind the case that made same-sex marriage legal.
While the future of the Affordable Care Act is uncertain in the new administration, the debate focused on what would happen if the law was repealed altogether.
Students living in District House have reported University Police Officers entering affinity common rooms and leaving without notice.
GW’s alcohol education office is focusing more on overall health, rather than just drugs and alcohol.
GW has switched up its security team to reflect the changing mix of students in residence halls.