Students majoring in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ largest departments received their bachelor’s degrees at a ceremony in the Smith Center Saturday.
Student organizations will use an upgraded platform to communicate with members and organize information next academic year.
SA senators said having nine women serve in a senate of 31 students may hinder their ability to effectively debate and pass legislation concerning women.
Students living with disabilities said the Vern’s hills and lack of accessible buildings make living on the campus arduous.
The Student Association distributed about $1.2 million to student organizations for next academic year, about the same as last year.
The Student Association Senate gave student organizations about $30,000 more in funding compared to last academic year.
Members of the SA’s diversity and inclusion assembly will host more listening sessions next year to continue gathering insight from minority groups.
SA leaders are holding three pizza dinners in the Marvin Center to answer questions and discuss how the SA functions.
Last week, officials removed overdue fines for most GW Libraries books in circulation that are fewer than 40 days overdue.
Student Court judges plan to update governing documents that were last revised in September 2012 this summer.