Albert Small, a philanthropist who helped established research and historical studies at GW, died last week. He was 95.
The Student Court struck down a referendum that if passed would have brought back first-year seats to the SA Senate.
Faculty physicians and Advanced Practice Providers of SMHS and the MFA agreed to serve as the new hospital’s clinical care provider group.
Brian Joyce, the director of fraternity and sorority life, said officials temporarily lifted the 12-credit completion requirement for recruitment this fall.
About 75 students marched by Commencement on the National Mall Saturday to silently protest GW’s handling of sexual assault cases.
The SBA Senate unanimously approved $8,000 for the International Law Society at its meeting Tuesday, almost completely funding their annual gala.
The Student Court blocked a senator’s motion to dismiss the case outright and set a hearing for Oct. 10 at 2 p.m.
Students said although community coordinators worked hard through outreach in residential halls, they struggle to form connections with students.
Officials will now offer a standby line for asymptomatic COVID-19 tests and accept some external test results.
SA President Brandon Hill vetoed a bill Thursday that would codify two referenda into the SA’s bylaws if they are approved by the student body.