Presidents of GW club sports teams said they are worried about finding new places to practice if the proposal passes.
Campus reform has filmed several political videos featuring on campus that students said painted them in a negative light and made them look uninformed.
A group of students formed a partnership with the Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service to raise money for hurricane victims.
Leaders of multicultural organizations said Restaurant Associates has often provided inadequate alternatives to requested foods for events.
Most 18-year-olds are still moving into their dorms, but Aaron Parnas and Kisa Ibrahim have already completed their first week of classes at GW Law School.
The CSE decided to mandate participation in five leadership seminars and add new course topics after positive feedback from students.
More than half of the University’s summer study abroad programs were canceled because of low enrollment, prompting officials to examine why interest is waning.
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Christina Hoff Sommers, a conservative critic of third wave feminism and host of the YouTube show “The Factual Feminist” shared her thoughts on equity feminism in the Marvin Center Wednesday night.
Watson may be known as the president of College Democrats, but her choice to run for SA president was more personal than political.