I partially found where I “fit in” at GW through my reporting and copy editing for The Hatchet, but mostly, I found it through the people I’ve met while doing this work.
The Student Association Senate is starting the fall semester with about 65 percent of its members serving as senators for the first time.
Student leaders released a report Monday urging officials to open a dining hall on Foggy Bottom and offer more meal deals to help curb food insecurity.
You may not have realized this top-tier GWorld dining experience existed, but Toryumon Japanese House will satisfy all your Japanese food cravings.
About 20 student organizations endorsed candidates for SA president and executive vice president, about 10 fewer student groups than the past three years.
Community-building initiatives have emerged on the platforms of nearly every candidate running for Student Association spots this year.
Sen. ShanTorrian Underwood, CCAS-U, launched a campaign focused on adding more affordable dining options and promoting diversity across campus.
Junior Quentin McHoes, who transferred to GW last semester, announced a bid for SA executive vice president Monday.
The SA and ISA launched the International Friendship Portal on the SA website Monday, where underclassmen can schedule meetings with mentors.
The Panhellenic Association will offer students resources like coloring books, snacks and stress balls during recruitment this weekend.