GW Law students elected Student Bar Association Sen. Nicole Karem as the SBA’s next president, the senate announced at its meeting Tuesday.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton delivered an address at the event, stressing that officials will continue strengthening diversity at GW.
Senators have passed more than 20 pieces of legislation so far this academic year, marking the third straight fall semester they did so.
More than half of the SA senators who resigned since the start of the senate’s term in May stepped down because of time commitment issues.
The SBA Senate voted against the resolution a day before the University confirmed its plans to return to in-person classes next week.
The senate voted to establish a program for students in financial need to receive discounted admission to ticketed SBA social events at its meeting Tuesday.
In interviews, more than 15 students said they started regularly using SafeRide this year as a precautionary measure in light of recent crime.
A month after GW’s reopening, students said they are stil struggling to cope with busy schedules and classes with heightened academic rigor.