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.
About 100 people gathered in the Marvin Center Tuesday night to remember the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks.
The Student Association Senate passed a bill Monday standardizing the process for appointing freshman senators.
TableTalk aims to facilitate discussions among students who don’t typically interact by merging students of different backgrounds together.
SA leaders said the diversity and inclusion assembly will work to prevent racist incidents from happening on campus.
Officials running the University’s food pantry are continuing efforts to establish an endowment after the pantry’s top administrative partner departed.
The number of students using an anonymous mental health hotline leaped to 40 users since its launch last academic year.