The Sigur Center for Asian Studies kicked off a new lecture series on Asia-Pacific regional issues with a discussion about U.S.-Iran relations last week.
Katherine Venice, a Republican and finance professional, said she will focus on fiscal policy and cutting spending if she wins the election.
Student Bar Association committees provided updates on their work since November at the body’s first meeting of the spring semester.
The Faculty Senate debated an amended resolution Friday to assert its support for faculty inclusion in University-wide decision-making.
The number of prosecutions for hate crimes rose in 2019, following a record-high number of hate crime reports, according to The Washington Post.
The Faculty Senate approved several resolutions at its last meeting of the year to respond to a petition passed by Faculty Assembly members in October.
Officials are continuing to update the University’s websites to a standardized format six years after its debut.
Students who were relocated from Thurston Hall after last week’s fire said officials have not given any timeline for when they can return.
The search for the next permanent director of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is underway.
Several student leaders on campus have signed a letter calling on University President Thomas LeBlanc to take action to fight anti-Semitism at GW.