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.
The Student Association president became the first to announce his campaign for the SA’s top spot for the next term Tuesday.
About 20 student organizations will participate in this year’s BHC with events ranging from STEM-focused symposia to a virtual painting night.
A progressive, student-run think tank launched a campaign last week calling on officials to implement better COVID-19 relief for essential workers.
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.