The National Pan-Hellenic Council, a black Greek-letter organization, returned to GW last semester after leaving for at least a decade.
First-year orientation will take place over five days in late August this year, replacing GW’s six-session summer model previously held in June and July.
In interviews, more than 25 black students said a lack of community has hampered their ability to find a place on campus and connect with peers.
The ambassador of Peru to the United States visited the Elliott School of International Affairs Monday to discuss Peru’s democracy and its foreign relations.
Five 4-RIDE drivers said a lack of drivers, an outdated communication system and late students hinder their ability to operate the service effectively.
Leaders of political student organizations said the midterm election results determine how they will prepare their organizations for the 2020 presidential race.
The GW College Democrats and College Republicans will face off in a basketball game on election night during halftime of the men’s basketball home opener.
Officials said they aren’t surprised by the findings of a report showing that most student affairs officials lean liberal.
GW’s top two political student groups planned campaign trips in the same congressional district ahead of the midterm elections.
Current and former students launched Last Call for Food, a company that aims to combat food insecurity by offering reduced-price meals, earlier this month.