About 100 family members and friends of graduates attended the annual Interfaith Baccalaureate Service Saturday to reflect on how faith has played a role in their lives.
Family and staff gathered to celebrate Columbian College of Arts and Sciences master’s students in the Smith Center Friday.
A local governing body called on District officials to modify sections of Virginia Avenue to enhance pedestrian safety at its monthly meeting Wednesday night.
The Student Association distributed about $1.2 million to student organizations for next academic year, about the same as last year.
The Student Association Senate gave student organizations about $30,000 more in funding compared to last academic year.
Members of the SA’s diversity and inclusion assembly will host more listening sessions next year to continue gathering insight from minority groups.
The SA Senate passed a resolution Monday condemning those responsible for tearing down posters advertising a GW YAF event earlier this month.
Campaign managers for the SA’s top positions said they wanted to join candidates’ teams to help their peers advocate for students.
Candidates for Student Association positions and their supporters dashed out of Kogan Plaza Monday morning for a yearly postering event.
The percentage of undergraduates majoring in STEM fields hit about 19 percent this year, but officials said GW should aspire to 30 or more.