Dozens of student leaders, including the majority of the senate, are pressing Brookins to resign amid sexual misconduct claims.
SA leaders are working with the provost’s office to alter the language of professors’ course syllabi with an expanded list of approved religious holidays.
Students who transferred to GW this fall said virtual instruction gives them less time to fully experience GW and D.C. than they initially planned.
Students said they plan to move to D.C. before the start of the spring semester in hopes of spending time with their friends and living in the city.
Students who tested positive for the virus said they struggled to pay attention while they experienced headaches and fatigue.
Teaching assistants said they have “completely” readjusted their approach to teaching to help students learn and stay engaged.
The group will spend the semester holding administrators in the program accountable and building a community for students in the UHP.
Provost Brian Blake said he will “re-review the situation” in December once officials understand GW’s enrollment for the spring semester.
The SA Asian Pacific-Islander Desi Student Caucus will spend its first year advocating for greater representation and curricula diversity.
Students in the Elliott School of International Affairs have formed two student organizations to enhance and promote African studies.