Susan McMenamin will step down at the end of January after working at GW for 16 years, and a search for a new head will begin Feb. 1.
SA senators converted some seats to at-large positions and discussed disbanding a committee launched in September to fund campus improvement projects.
About 30 people gathered in the Marvin Center Tuesday evening to discuss potential improvements to the Metro lines Foggy Bottom residents rely on the most.
Property management officials said the majority of tenants in the units are either the first or second group of residents to live in the townhouses.
Hanukkah begins on Dec. 22 and ends on the evening of Dec. 30, so take the opportunity to give a small gift to a friend to celebrate each of the eight nights.
Senior and ANC Commissioner James Harnett is currently the only Foggy Bottom commissioner who can distribute stop work orders.
Housing officials will now clean bathroom walls and ceilings in Thurston Hall once per week to prevent humidity build-up.
GW sits in an area of the country facing some of the highest food insecurity and housing rates in the country.
About 50 students gathered in Kogan Plaza to protest a Christian organization’s demonstration on campus Wednesday afternoon.
During fall break, face your fears on a haunted hayride and watch “Hocus Pocus” at the National Museum of American History.