Ian Redman

Center for Student Engagement to restructure residence hall staff

The Center for Student Engagement will reorganize its residence hall support system for the fall, charging graduate students with the daily duties of overseeing house staff. House staff will directly report to graduate students in assistant community director positions. The graduate students will continue to be part-time CSE employees, picking up responsibilities like handling crises, […]

Students honor King with day of service

Correction appended. More than 400 students turned out for the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. day of service Saturday, sloshing through leftover snow to schools, parks and community centers across the District. Against a backdrop of city-wide budget cuts, volunteers provided much-needed upgrades to five schools and 13 recreation areas in some of the poorest […]

Facilities services cutback due to budget constraints

The office of facilities is stretching its dollars further this year, rolling back on services due to budget pressures within the division, a senior administrator said. Facilities services set aside its annual painting projects and didn’t complete room cleanings, Senior Vice President for Student and Academic Support Services Robert Chernak said, because funding was funneled […]

A familial bond on the GW volleyball court

A hallmark of the volleyball team is its chemistry on the court, allowing them to move together as a unit and communicate quickly. If you look closely, there’s one special connection, an even deeper bond. That’s because senior MacKenzie Knox, a middle blocker, and sophomore Taylor Knox, a right side hitter, are a unique combination […]

Student leads fight to restore papers

A student leader is pushing back against the University’s decision to cut its free newspaper service, arguing that the program is important for students. Rohan Batra, the vice president of academic affairs for the Student Association, is lobbying University administrators to reinstate the program in main campus areas like the Marvin Center and Ivory Tower. […]