Fair Jobs GW wants to reduce the difference in treatment between those hired by the University and employees from a third party contractor.
SA President Erika Feinman said the senate should be able to approve nominees to the two positions, which have taken on increasing importance in recent years.
Both Republican senators spoke candidly about the direction of their party and their thoughts on the proposals and policies Trump has created.
Explore the secrets of D.C. politics, compete in a live version of Monopoly and celebrate celebrities in the District this weekend.
As vendors have opened, customers said they need more garbage cans than are currently available in the food court area.
Board of Trustees Chairman Nelson Carbonell declined to give the SA Senate a clear answer on whether the University will divest its holdings in fossil fuels.
This weekend, enjoy the seasonably cold weather by taking advantage of winter activities and finishing off the weekend with a Super Bowl party.
The Feminist Student Union will replace the “Vagina Monologues” with a new student-written performance this spring to include different gender identities.
School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno spoke about his new book at the National Press Club Tuesday night.
The Multicultural Greek Council voted to add a Phi Iota Alpha chapter earlier this semester after an on-campus presentation from the national organization.