Students passed referendums to replace ranked-choice voting in certain elections and to divide at-large seats for four schools into undergraduate and graduate positions.
The senate voted to establish a program for students in financial need to receive discounted admission to ticketed SBA social events at its meeting Tuesday.
The SA will hold a special election on two referenda Wednesday and Thursday, which could reform election voting and divide at-large seats in future races.
GW community members can now indicate their chosen first name, gender identity and pronouns across all platforms, officials said in an email Thursday.
The SBA Senate urged the University to enroll part-time law students and the rest of the student population in U-Pass at its meeting Tuesday.
Limited Metrorail service will continue through November as the agency looks to soon reinstall more than half of its fleet after a train derailed last month.
TKE members said the University should increase its outreach to the Jewish community and tighten campus safety measures in response to the incident.
Officials will announce Friday that the University will participate in the program to offer students unlimited rides on the Metro starting Dec. 1.
After the desecration of a Torah scroll in the Tau Kappa Epsilon house, Jewish student organizations said they were “disheartened” and “shocked.”
About 400 students processed through campus Monday in a show of solidarity after news spread about the desecration of a Torah scroll this weekend.