Half a dozen members of club sports teams said their funding from the SA has decreased as a result of the SA’s shrunken budget this year.
Podcast participants said the shows have forged unique relationships with listeners while delivering information about campus life.
As this year’s Latinx Heritage Celebration returns to in-person programming, organizers hope to help students think about historic Latinx traditions.
Student leaders are helping Afghan refugees move from the airport into their new homes and hosting safe space discussions for affected students.
GW Hillel’s new facility, which opened in July, features a rooftop, study lounges and a Kosher dining venue that is set to open in the next few weeks.
The virtual Humanities Center has provided professors and students in the humanities to foster and enhance their ongoing research in the humanities
After SA leaders voted to add more committees and reform election guidelines this semester, overhauls to the body’s bylaws will go into effect this week.
Candidates running for the Student Association’s top positions say rebuilding trust is their top priority if elected to lead the body.
The SA’s newly set top two leaders said they plan to spend the remainder of the term working to increase students’ access to mental health resources.
About 175 freshmen are living on campus this semester in the only occupied residence hall without an in-unit kitchen.