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The University is upgrading four residence halls this summer after students complained about the halls’ outdated furniture and facilities.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.
No one on a roughly 2,000-student waitlist will receive an acceptance letter for the Class of 2022.
Multiple committees are deciding on where to add an Operation Desert Storm memorial in the District.
After three years working with officials and fighting for causes important to him, Brady Forrest said he’s ready to take on the role of executive vice president.
Sen. Brady Forrest, G-at-Large and senate pro-tempore, is running on a platform focused on food insecurity and reducing GW’s carbon footprint.
Experts said mandatory diversity training is a step to open up the conversation about inclusion, but larger steps are needed.