GW Women in Economics plans to create a mentorship program with female alumni in economics and host professional development workshops.
A group of female students established the first intersectional student organization for women of color and their allies last week.
Quentin McHoes, a candidate for SA executive vice president, wants to use his status as an SA outsider to help enact change in the organization.
As 2018 comes to an end, take a look back at pivotal moments The Hatchet captured in photos.
Two years afters its debut, officials said they’re adding an additional site in Ireland to accommodate a growing interest in the Global Bachelor’s Program.
Ashley Le said her desire to be a “storyteller” will allow her to amplify students’ voices as SA president.
A University spokeswoman said officials will have updates to share about the search for a new Vern Express provider “in the coming weeks.”
Guests walk up the Renwick Gallery stairs for a viewing party showcasing “Murder Is Her Hobby” and “The Final Stop” exhibitions.
Students said the proposals would make applying for financial aid easier and facilitate understanding of the process.
A stilt walker performs Saturday at Side Yards, a festival at Yards Park.