House staff will take on an increasingly supervisory role this semester, after the University directed its student housing employees to monitor floors in residential halls for five hours each week. The Center for Student Engagement’s more rigid guidelines, which start this week, require the student employees to set aside at least five hours making weekly […]
Jack Persons set a new GW record when he finished fourth overall at the Old Dominion-Outerbanks Collegiate Tournament.
Sophomore Madleine Brennan didn’t expect she would end up living closer to her hometown in Arlington, Va. than the White House when she transferred to GW this year. Brennan, who transferred from Dickinson College in Penn., checked her housing assignment online to discover that, she, along with about 150 other transfer students, were placed on […]
The Colonials took the pool Friday afternoon determined to start their season strong. Their yellow caps rocketed back and forth across the pool, fighting to emerge victorious among the field of six teams. Before the pools finally emptied at American University’s Bender Sports Arena, GW would rack up six total first place event finishes in […]
A boost in facilities requests this fall has resulted in a month of waiting for students facing problems with their residence halls. Senior Associate Vice President of Operations Alicia Knight said there has been a “slight” increase in the number of requests due to the hurricane and early move-in, which prevented facilities from resolving issues […]