Eve Zhurbinskiy, a Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood commissioner and senior said the current requirements discourage students from getting involved in community leadership.
RHA officials said the jump in student participation is likely linked to increased outreach and a new rule regulating how students can run for council spot.
Officials said these trips are one in a series of steps that open the doors to higher education for academically talented students from diverse backgrounds.
Journalists from The New York Times discussed the challenges of covering President Donald Trump and withstanding attacks on the media at a panel in Jack Morton Auditorium.
Now that the spookiest month is upon us, add something scary to your Saturday night shenanigans at these themed bars.
The group, formed last March, is launching it’s inaugural year with 57 new members and a mission to spread bipartisanship on a politically active campus.
The move comes after last year’s SA presidential election descended into allegations of stalking and harassment.
Swizzler, a food truck known for spiral-cut hot dogs, will be the first to fill a new pop-up space in Foggy Bottom.
The program, which was piloted last spring, allows Vex riders to give feedback about cleanliness, scheduling and driver attitudes.
LeBlanc answered questions from audience members, covering everything from his goals in office to the correct way to pronounce his last name.