In interviews, more than 10 students said the lack of an urgent care clinic on the Vern prevents them from receiving quick medical attention.
SA leaders said the senate’s bylaws will be updated to clarify vague language that hinders senators’ understanding of legislation and SA rules.
The SA Senate approved six students to serve in the senate and three other students to take on roles in groups like the diversity and inclusion assembly.
SA President Ashley Le appointed eight students to Faculty Senate committees without the approval of the SA Senate, violating the organization’s bylaws.
Leaders of the Student Association and The Store hosted a town hall Wednesday for students to discuss their experiences with food insecurity.
Current and former students launched Last Call for Food, a company that aims to combat food insecurity by offering reduced-price meals, earlier this month.
The Student Association Senate unanimously approved a bill Monday updating the bylaws establishing the SA’s diversity and inclusion assembly.
The percentage of students sending in their SAT scores has dropped to less than 50 percent since the University went test-optional three years ago.
Leaders of The Store, GW’s food pantry, released a guide earlier this month that offers advice about navigating affordability at the University.
Four students listed on the committee to develop diversity training for incoming students said they had little to no input in the first training this summer.