RARE GW, a student organization dedicated to rare disease awareness, is hosting the inaugural rare disease awareness month from Feb. 6 to 20.
The University announced it will establish a new ethics office Feb. 1, catching GW up to its eight peer schools that also feature such offices.
Students can tour offices on the fourth floor of the Marvin Center for an open-house style student organization fair Saturday.
The SA Senate only has four seats to fill this year – the fewest number of seats in at least three years.
First-year students will partake in a piloted series of diversity and inclusion trainings during their two-day orientation session.
A male survivor of sexual assault spoke to students in Jack Morton Auditorium Sunday about the importance of bystander intervention.
Labor relations experts said graduate students may be able to convince the University to recognize them as employees if they garner widespread support.
Officials said they have repeatedly reached out to vendors and encouraged them to sign on – but the effort has been largely unsuccessful.
Student leaders planning the week said the events will give arts organizations a way to promote their work on a campus dominated by political interest.
With 19 uncontested races this election season, it’s likely that all but one candidate running for a Student Association Senate seat will be elected without ever facing an opponent.