Student organization leaders will use platforms like Zoom and FaceTime to maintain relationships among members and hold executive board meetings.
More than 30 students who qualify for FWS said their applications were either rejected after submission or they did not hear back.
Two Washington Post journalists discussed their new book, an inside look at the Trump administration, at the Marvin Center Wednesday.
SA Sen. George Glass, U-at-Large and the finance committee chair, said he would work to improve school spirit if elected as president.
A new student group dedicated to facilitating interdisciplinary research projects in the University’s first innovation lab is in full swing this semester.
The Student Association Senate unanimously passed a resolution Monday night encouraging officials to boost funding for GW’s three campus libraries.
Student leaders said a report detailing goals for undergraduate education uses does not offer concrete plans to address campus diversity and sustainability.
Senators said the reclamation process will occur in February rather than June so the SA can reallocate more money to other student groups.
A group of students aiming to combat anti-Semitism on campus said they will spend the semester working to improve accessibility for bias incident report systems and increase awareness of Jewish holidays.
The Anything But Colonial Coalition presented to about 35 students and alumni at the Multicultural Student Services Center Diversity Summit Friday about why the group wants to strike the University’s “Colonials” nickname.