The ANC passed a resolution Wednesday to ceremonially name part of the road in front of the Saudi Arabian embassy in honor of a slain journalist.
Hatchet staff checked four residence halls three times a day for 31 days. Two residence halls lacked monitors who check IDs more than 95 percent of the time.
Local authorities responded to G Street Saturday for a report of smoke in the garage near Duques Hall.
Members of First Gen United GW, a group that supports first-generation students, is hosting the inaugural first-generation week this week.
Emmy award-winning journalist Jemele Hill kicked off GW’s Diversity Summit at the Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday.
The SA Senate passed a bill Monday night clarifying several terms, updating pronouns, and correcting spelling and grammatical errors in the group’s bylaws.
Officials have held five listening sessions this month to garner student feedback about the code of conduct – but only seven students have attended.
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.