The SA Senate passed a resolution Monday urging GW to take steps to protect campus from a potential active shooter.
Three Student Association senators announced their intentions to resign from the senate in the first meeting of the semester.
At least 17 women have left or expressed interest in leaving the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority after the chapter’s former president posted a racist image.
Former Phi Sigma Sigma President Alison Janega has disaffiliated from the sorority after a racist photo posted to her Snapchat account emerged Wednesday.
Panhellenic sororities are prohibited from holding social events or participating in informal fall recruitment.
Phi Sigma Sigma President Alison Janega will resign from her position, according to an email she sent to the chapter Friday.
The SA will appear in Student Court in the coming weeks after an SA senator accused the body of unfairly representing graduate students.
The photo is captioned “‘I wonder if they sell slaves here'” and appears to have been posted from the account of the Phi Sigma Sigma president.
A group of female students established the first intersectional student organization for women of color and their allies last week.
Officials announced a new policy Tuesday prohibiting students from postering in the stairwell of Rome and Phillips halls.