Officials and student leaders said the space will serve as a spot to study and socialize – finishing off a student-centered hub around H Street.
Lindsay Hamilton will oversee the University’s media strategy and advise University President Thomas LeBlanc and Provost Forrest Maltzman.
The organization’s creation in September is one of the latest examples of widespread University and student backlash to DACA’s cancellation.
The senate approved nominees for community affairs, student activities and graduate student policy positions.
The Center for Student Engagement and GW Housing are now combined into one unit, a move officials said will allow for more collaboration between student engagement and housing staff.
The University signed onto an amicus brief arguing that the decision to scrap the program prevents DACA recipients from from “fully benefiting and contributing to” the universities.
Thirty-five members of the organization knocked on roughly 1,500 doors this weekend in Fairfax, Va. to rally for Ralph Northam.
Students and faculty said bringing in more students from different countries across the globe adds new perspectives to campus.
Kevin Michael Days, most recently a consultant for Serve D.C., a government-run volunteer and service agency, will take over responsibility for communication between the University and local residents.
Student workers said exhaustion and lowered grades are side effects of a financially necessary part of their lives.