Student leaders said they celebrated a “win” last week after the Board of Trustees voted to allow students to take a free 18th credit next fall.
Nearly 93 percent of students in the Class of 2021 returned to GW this fall – the highest freshman retention rate since 2010.
Since stepping into her new role in June, the new study abroad director said she is working to expand the number and type of students who study abroad.
Imani Ross, a former SA senator and presidential candidate, will return to the SA as a chief policy director for Executive Vice President Ojani Walthrust.
The SA Senate approved six students to serve in the senate and three other students to take on roles in groups like the diversity and inclusion assembly.
SA President Ashley Le appointed eight students to Faculty Senate committees without the approval of the SA Senate, violating the organization’s bylaws.
Seven faith-based groups debuted a room on the third floor of the Multicultural Student Services Center Friday for students to congregate for worship.
Dining representatives piloted “Supermarket Sundays” this week, an event at Whole Foods that gave students a tour of the store and meal prep tips.
The Muslim Students’ Association will soon join thousands of student groups across the globe raising money for orphans in seven countries.
The Textile Museum will receive an $18.4 million dollar gift consisting of more than 4,000 textiles, an endowment and equipment.