At least two GW students graduated from a Louisiana school that came under fire late last month for allegedly falsifying students’ college applications.
Student leaders and officials launched a task force last week that plans to collect data on the prevalence of food insecurity on campus.
Leaders of Graduate Students United said the group is halting unionization efforts after officials repeatedly refused to recognize them as student workers.
Conservative students said they often are uninvolved with the SA because they feel their opinions won’t be valued in a largely liberal body.
Since the first-year forgiveness policy was enacted last year, more than 500 students have used the measure to retake courses they initially failed.
SA leaders spent the summer building trust with officials, renovating the SA office and drafting a diversity and inclusion assembly application.
The Textile Museum hosted a lecture Thursday on a popular Buddhist text featured on a robe currently on display.
The University is upgrading four residence halls this summer after students complained about the halls’ outdated furniture and facilities.
About 80 graduates were inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa national honor society in Lisner Auditorium Friday afternoon.
Student speakers and officials encouraged GWSB graduates to keep open minds as they enter the workforce at a commencement celebration Thursday.