The Student Association Senate unanimously voted to change multiple SA election processes to create easier and more accessible avenues for students to run for and vote on senate positions.
Some students said they weren’t adequately included in conversations about an SA resolution last week that urged officials to fight anti-Semitism.
A semester after Panhel events were put on hold for mandated diversity and inclusion programming, leaders will not discuss details of the sessions.
About 50 student leaders, officials and community members gathered in the Marvin Center Thursday to discuss building transparency, gathering student feedback and promoting diversity and inclusion.
The SA Senate overwhelmingly passed a resolution Monday calling on the organization and the University to prevent instances of anti-Semitism on campus.
Student Association Sen. Jake Corsi, CCAS-G, who will face a censure hearing Monday, allegedly violated the SA’s and University’s policies, the documents state.
The Student Association’s head signed an executive order Sunday establishing a group charged with addressing anti-Semitism on campus.
Thurston Hall residents were evacuated Friday night after a potential short circuit which activated the building’s sprinkler system, D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services officials said.
SA senators are preparing for a censure hearing almost two months after the initiating censure proceedings.
Several student leaders on campus have signed a letter calling on University President Thomas LeBlanc to take action to fight anti-Semitism at GW.