All fall study abroad programs are canceled and GW-affiliated, non-essential global travel is postponed “until further notice.”
The organization intends to increase its community service outreach in the fall and create a “staple” event with professional networking opportunities.
The Board of Trustees’ task force on building naming policies will start drafting policy recommendations at the beginning of June, members said.
One year in, leaders of a student group dedicated to transgender and nonbinary students hosted almost a dozen events.
Officials creating GW’s campus plan updated the community late last month with proposed changes like returning a dining hall to campus.
The newly appointed Student Court is aiming to increase the court’s transparency and efficiency in its upcoming term, according to a court release.
The SA senate wrapped up its session Monday, passing 14 pieces of legislation, more than any meeting this academic year.
Asian and Pacific Islander student organizations are observing this year’s Asian Pacific Islander Heritage celebration through a social media challenge.
SA President SJ Matthews and Executive Vice President Amy Martin said they focused on improving campus accessibility as the body’s leaders.
A University website states that administrators plan to resume in-person classes by the fall semester.