The SA Senate approved a resolution Monday urging the CSE to require all student organizations to undergo Title IX training.
The Society of Professional Journalists recognized The Hatchet as a finalist in three categories for its annual collegiate journalism competition.
In the years since GW implemented a test-optional policy, the number of undergraduate applications has begun to stabilize around 27,000.
Sophomores received a survey last week asking them to answer seven questions about their well-being, academics and campus involvement.
SA President Ashley Le announced Monday that GW does not currently have the technological capability to implement ranked-choice voting.
Candidates for Student Association positions and their supporters dashed out of Kogan Plaza Monday morning for a yearly postering event.
Diversity experts said the module is a way for students to better understand how to handle situations they may face when they arrive on campus.
Officials unveiled an online diversity training for incoming students and an anonymous bias reporting system Thursday.
A sophomore with two years of Student Association experience announced her bid for the organization’s top spot Thursday.
For the first time in at least a decade, Program Board will not sponsor a debate co-hosted by the GW College Republicans and College Democrats.