Student leaders created an online petition last week to support the Jackie Robinson Project, which officials plan to cut at the end of the academic year.
The Student Association will not defend itself in Student Court about the constitutionality of allowing freshmen and first-year senators to have voting rights.
Citing low student interest, officials scrapped a University-sponsored program offering treatment options for students facing drug or alcohol sanctions.
The Student Association Senate unanimously approved a bill Monday updating the bylaws establishing the SA’s diversity and inclusion assembly.
Leaders of The Store, GW’s food pantry, released a guide earlier this month that offers advice about navigating affordability at the University.
The University is now one of 57 universities to offer a scholarship that will cover more than 50 percent of tuition for two international students next fall.
Citing insufficient funds, CCAS officials said they plan to phase out the Jackie Robinson Project after celebrating Robinson’s 100th birthday in January.
SA senators said they will restart projects that SA leaders spearheaded last academic year but did not continue after a turnover in leadership.
The number of students registered with the disabilities office has surged, which experts attributed to more students feeling comfortable seeking accommodations.
SA leaders may soon debate the constitutionality of a referendum allowing first-year senators the right to vote.