The Washington Monument is closed until early next week.
Budget cuts have forced admissions officers to change the way they interview prospective students.
Student Association President Andie Dowd said she will not nominate a second candidate to serve as executive vice president.
GW received 28 percent more applications this year, which officials said is a signal that recent admissions changes are working.
One professor explained why some people find the smile of presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tx., unappealing.
GW received 28 percent more undergraduate applications this year than last year.
Officials recently expanded the responsibilities of the admissions office to not just track why students enroll at GW but why they might leave.
Gelbucks will test-drive staying open overnight later this month.
The resolution passed unanimously and without debate, a boon to the group’s hope that this year’s elections are less contentious than last year’s.
The Student Association Senate still does not have a permanent executive vice president.