The Student Court has dismissed an SA senator’s complaint that the body overseeing SA elections discriminated against some students when postponing elections to early April.
Candidates for this spring’s SA elections said they are relying on online communication to get the word out about the election next month.
SA Sen. Jake Corsi, CCAS-G, filed a complaint against the JEC claiming that holding the SA election entirely online discriminates against some students.
About 40 students gathered in Betts Theater to hear from eight SA hopefuls, who discussed their plans to address topics like collaborating with officials, campus racism and accessibility.
SA elections are pushed to April 8 and 9, two weeks later than the original voting dates of March 26 and 27.
The Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship, created in 1989 to attract D.C. high school students to GW, pays for each student’s tuition, room and board, books and fees.
Students returning from abroad amid COVID-19 worries said “vague” communication from officials has left their future plans for the semester up in the air.
LeBlanc said in the release that students returning from China, Iran, Italy and South Korea must “self-isolate” for 14 days before returning to campus.
The senate postponed a vote on changes to the organization’s constitution to give more senators time to review the proposed updates at a meeting Monday.
Candidates for the Student Association’s top posts and senate seats dashed out of Kogan Plaza Monday to tack campaign posters around campus.